Japanese bank Aeon to use Mofiria biometric tech
11 December 2017 16:41 GMT

Japan-based Aeon Bank has selected Mofiria to enable its customers conduct empty-handed transactions with biometric identity verification.

As a part of the agreement, Mofiria will equip the banks’ ATMs and teller windows with a whole new biometrics authentication system.

The biometrics device will enables the bank’s customers to conduct any bank transactions without using a bank card or entering PIN number.

The technology vendor said that its biometric device can conduct both finger vein and fingerprint authentication.

For finger vein authentication, Mofiria will also provide the Japanese bank related hybrid biometric device and software library.

For the proof-of-concept, the bank has launched this system to five branches and plans to launch it to all branches by October next year.