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In Japan, paper sanitary passes will be replaced by a sensor

21.10.2021 50 просмотров

Japanese experts have developed a system that allows people to use a sanitary pass without carrying it with them on paper. To do this, just bring your fingers to a special sensor.


Special equipment gives the Japanese the opportunity to scan their fingers, while the data is encrypted and stored securely on the server. People then confirm the vaccination status by simply holding their fingers over the terminal.

The system is said to be particularly useful for speeding up access to sites where there are a large number of people.

Kyushu University was involved in the development of the innovation , as well as Hitachi, Kajima and others.

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