Palm reading

Cross Match Technologies Inc., Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., has developed a biometric hand print scanner based on requirements set out by California law enforcement. The new ID 2500, which meets FBI and NIST standards, is ergonomically designed to get a complete scan, including the palm pocket, in one pass.

The company said palm recognition is gaining favor as a reliable biometric identification technology. California, Connecticut, Virginia and Wisconsin are among states adopting palm recognition in law enforcement.

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