Japanese tech giant Fujitsu has revealed a new biometric device which can scan palm veins and cards to authenticate transactions.Known as PalmSecure ID Match, the authentication technology combines multi-factor verification of card and PIN with the individual's unique palm-vein scan to maximise security.Fujitsu said the “Point of Sale styled device”, can be used for organisations of all sizes to develop their own specific applications.The solution comprises a PalmSecure sensor, a touchscreen and processor board with the latest technology from ARM plus a multi-card reader.The company adds that the device can be readily integrated with customer enterprise-to-enterprise applications, such as access control (physical or logical), time attendance, or replacement of passwords for critical applications.Brendan Smith, Chief Information Secuity Officer (CISO) and Manager, Security Services at Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, said: “Consumers, citizens and shoppers are becoming more open to new ways of engaging in an increasingly digital world – and will continue to do so as long as trust is maintained. For service providers, this means a greater responsibility to offer impeccable security for their customers' personal identifiers. True to our Human Centric Innovation approach, Fujitsu PalmSecure is one of the best examples of how Fujitsu is co-creating value with our clients by bringing together the dimensions of people, information and technology.”Planet Biometrics revealed the plans behind PalmSecure ID Match in an interview with Thomas Bengs, head of Security Solutions, last November.