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Fujitsu Announces Contract for World's First Library System Using Palm Vein Authentication Technology.

Tokyo, Japan, Dec 22, 2005 - (JCN) - Fujitsu Limited announced December 22 that it has been awarded a contract by Naka city in Ibaraki prefecture of Japan, to construct a system utilizing Fujitsu's biometric palm vein authentication technology for the city's new public library scheduled to open in October 2006. The library system is the world's first of its kind.

Fujitsu's contactless palm vein authentication technology will be implemented for the first time in a library system to provide a lending service that eliminates the use of library identification (ID) cards to check out books.

Naka city was established on January 21, 2005 with the founding principle of creating harmony among nature, the culture of the region, its people and cutting-edge science. The city seeks to take advantage of the region's strengths in cutting-edge technologies while respecting its cultural traditions as well as its natural beauty.

Naka city chose to adopt Fujitsu's contactless palm vein authentication technology for use in its new public library in view of offering convenience and safety to library users.

Features of Fujitsu's contactless palm vein authentication technology which were recognized and highly regarded by Naka city include such features as: its high level of authentication accuracy due to the complexity of vein patterns of the palm, the extreme difficulty to duplicate palm vein patterns given that the biometric information is internal to the body, and the fact that the system is contactless and therefore hygienic for use in public areas.

Users of the Naka City Public Library will be given the choice of using an ID card with an embedded IC chip, or use of palm vein authentication system for identity verification. Users who select palm vein authentication will be able to check out

library materials or use its audio-visual section without using ID cards. Users simply suspend their hand above the authentication device and their palm vein pattern is compared to their pre-registered pattern for verification.

Fujitsu intends to adapt its contactless palm vein authentication technology for use in the security, financial, heath care, government and public sector fields as it expands its business on a global basis.

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