Redrock Biometrics unveils biometric authentication solution, partners Wells Fargo

Wednesday 25 October 2017 09:59 CET | News

Redrock Biometrics, a biometrics solution provider, has announced the availability of Palm ID, a secure, palm-based biometric authentication solution.

Redrock has also joined the Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator program to speed development of its palm-based solution targeted to a wide range of industries including payments, banking, and ecommerce. Redrock Biometrics will work closely with Wells Fargo business through the program, exploring use cases and experimenting with the PalmID biometric solution, an alternative to passwords and PINs.

PalmID features enrollment portability, meaning that when users enroll with PalmID on one device, they are automatically enrolled on other devices with PalmID installed.

With a wave of the hand, PalmID converts the palm image into a unique signature and authenticates the user in 10-100 milliseconds depending on CPU speed. The Palm ID Capture Module uses machine vision techniques to detect the palm in a video stream and pass its descriptor for enrollment or verification. The PalmID Matching Module can run server side or locally and matches the verification request against the enrollment template, using proprietary algorithms extensively tested against tens of thousands of palms.

Redrock Biometrics will be providing a live demonstration of the solution at Money 20/20 in Las Vegas, where The Paypers is an official media partner. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to stay updated with the latest announcement brought live to you from the event.

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Keywords: Redrock Biometrics, security, palm-based authentication, biometrics, Palm ID, Wells Fargo
Categories: Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
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