Keyo consolidates access control, payments, ticket redemption, time and attendance and identification services into a single system, reducing costs and improving user experience.
Keyo utilizes near-infrared light and the hemoglobin in blood to map the internal vein structure of the palm. Registering approximately 5 million distinct points of reference.
The sensor converts biometric data into a unique pattern and deletes the raw data.
This pattern cannot be used to reverse engineer biometric data, or to create an image or a model used to imitate/fool/spoof the security system.
Vein structure is unique to each individual and remains highly stable throughout the lifespan and are unique between twins.
Since the Keyo palm-vein signature is internal to the body it is less susceptible to surface injury or contamination than are other biometrics such as fingerprint or palmprint.