Advantages over current biometric methods

The Veintree system offers authentication based on individual physical elements but differs from other biometric methods in several respects. Here are the main features



 Reproducing a model of the invisible aspects of the venous networks under your skin, in addition to the observations linked to blood flow, is an almost impossible task. 

We say "almost" just to be on the safe side, and in any case, such attempts would be only with your cooperation and extremely time-consuming and expensive. So why ?

No biometric database

 The absence of a reference biometric database is the second aspect that sets Veintree apart. Let's take a look at a few examples of the best-known biometric identification methods.

 All data in your hands

 You can revoke your authorization at any time. This choice is yours. You can then register again without revealing your identity.

Non-comparative recognition of 
the hand's venous network

Authenticating people using the hand's venous network circumvents the disadvantages of other biometric solutions, since this method is contactless, unique, unfalsifiable, timeless, and non-comparable with a biometric database
A sensor detects the vein network in your palm and your blood flow, patented algorithms generates temporary encrypted codes (the time it takes to authenticate you), and then remove all biometric references. 
Your hands are your locks, your veins your invisible keys

Beyond these functions, Veintree's encrypted code makes all known forms of piracy, copying and falsification inoperable. 
Added to this is protection against quantum computing, as certified by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA).