AET62 PICC Reader Driver Download

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Download drivers for Advanced Card AET62 1SAM PICC Reader card readers (Windows 7 x64), or install DriverPack Solution software for automatic driver download and update. QuickView, checks for proper driver installation of the AET62 device Sample Source Code Demonstrate basic commands used to communicate between readers and cards, available in: Java, MS Visual Basic 6.0 MS Visual Basic.NET 2008, MS Visual Basic.NET 2008 (x64), MS Visual C#.NET 2008, MS Visual C#.NET 2008 (x64), MS Visual C 6.0, MS Visual C.

The AET62 NFC Reader with Fingerprint Sensor brings a whole new level of security and flexibility to contactless applications. Combining the core of ACS’s ACR122U Near Field Communication (NFC) Reader and UPEK’s swipe fingerprint sensor in a single device, it provides a secure and convenient platform that makes the integration of secure biometric authentication simpler and more cost-effective. AET62 facilitates simple and intuitive exchange of information, making it ideal for applications such as e-Payment, e-Government, e-Healthcare, access control and network security. With its ergonomic design, it enables hassle-free fingerprint and contactless card authentication for users.

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The core security mechanisms of AET62 include three-factor authentication and match-on device authentication. Three-factor authentication requires a user to verify his identity with something “he has” (smart card), something “he knows” (PIN/password), and something “he is” (fingerprint), before enabling him to proceed with any transaction. Meanwhile, AET62 ensures maximum security by providing match-on device authentication using its default fingerprint algorithm, in which fingerprint template extraction and matching are performed on the device itself and not in the PC, which is more vulnerable to security attacks. AET62 also has an optional secure access module (SAM) for further security enhancement, and can support third-party fingerprint algorithms.

Finally, AET62-based systems are more cost-effective than traditional fingerprint systems since they do not require the installation of database, server and network connectivity. Instead, AET62-based systems enjoy the ease of merely matching a live fingerprint against fingerprint templates that are stored and encrypted in the smart card. This allows for complete local-site authentication, in which AET62-based systems only need three components to work: local PC applications (or remote server applications), any contactless smart cards, and the AET62. As a result, developers without an in-depth knowledge of biometrics can integrate fingerprint authentication into smart card-based applications using only AET62’s API and reference documents.

Fingerprint SystemComponents
HardwareSoftware
TraditionalFingerprint scannerDatabase
Local PC1:N fingerprint matching algorithm
Enhanced network connectivityApplication software
Server
Using AET62AET62Application software
Local PC
Smart card
Smart cards
(i.e. ACOS3)
AET62Local PC/Remote Server
(Where application resides)
Enrollment(3) Encrypted template (and other user information) is written into smart card.(1) Fingerprint image is captured from live scan.(2) Fingerprint image is converted to template. Template is then encrypted.
Verification(3) The stored encrypted template is retrieved from smart card and is sent to AET62.(1) Fingerprint image is captured from live scan.(2) Fingerprint image is converted to template.

(4) Template from smart card is decrypted.

(5) Fresh template is matched against template from smart card.

(6) Matching result is looped back to application for processing.
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  • Integrated fingerprint scanner and 13.56 MHz contactless (RFID/NFC) smart card reader
  • Full-speed USB interface
  • Encrypted fingerprint template stored inside smart card
  • AET62 NFC Contactless smart card reader:
    • Compliant with PC/SC and CCID specifications
    • Read/write speed up to 424 kbps
    • Built-in antenna for contactless tag access, with reading distance of up to 30 mm (depending on tag type)
    • Supports ISO 14443 Type A and B, Mifare, FeliCa, and all 4 types of NFC (ISO/IEC 18092) tags
    • Supports new MiFare Ultralight C, Plus SL1 (4 Byte UID), Plus SL3, and DESFire EV1
    • Supports all 3 modes of NFC: reader, card emulation and peer-to-peer
    • Built-in anti-collision feature (only one tag can be accessed at any time)
    • ISO 7816 Compliant SAM Slot (Upon request)
  • Fingerprint scanner:
    • Match-on reader: Template extraction and matching algorithms run within the device itself, not in the PC(Using default fingerprint algorithm)
    • UPEK TCS4-TCD50 swipe fingerprint sensor
    • Swipe speed of up to 40 cm/sec (15 in/sec)
    • Active sensor size – 9.6 mm x 0.2 mm
    • High-resolution 508 DPI imaging, array size 192 x 4 pixels
    • Supports image optimization and filtering
    • Utilizes CMOS active capacitive pixel-sensing technology, resulting to high-quality fingerprint images in any environment
    • Compliant with BioAPI 1.1 specification and Windows Biometric Framework
    • Supports several fingerprint algorithms such as UPEK and Neurotechnology and other 3rd-Party Algorithms.
  • e-Government
  • e-Banking and e-Payment
  • e-Healthcare
  • Public Key Infrastructure
  • Network Security
  • Access Control
Dimensions121.5 mm (L) x 53.9 mm (W) x 28.4 mm (H)
Weight170 g
InterfaceUSB Full Speed
Operating DistanceUp to 30 mm (depends on the tag type)
Supply VoltageRegulated 5V DC
Supply Currentmax. 300 mA
Operating Temperature0 – 50 °C
Smart Card Interface Support
  • ISO 14443 Type A and B
  • MiFare
  • FeliCa
  • 4 types of NFC (ISO/IEC 18092) tags
Compliance/Certifications
  • PC/SC, CCID, BioAPI 1.1, Windows Biometric Framework, CE, FCC, RoHS, USB Full Speed
  • Microsoft WHQL: XP, Vista, 7
Operating System SupportWin 2003, Win XP, Win Vista, Win 2008, Win 7 Win 2003 x64, Win XP x64, Win Vista x64, Win 2008 x64, Win 2008 R2 x64, Win 7 x64 Linux
  • Win 2003, Win XP, Win Vista, Win 2008, Win 7
  • Win 2003 x64, Win XP x64, Win Vista x64, Win 2008 x64, Win 2008 R2 x64, Win 7 x64

ACS Smard card reader with fingerprint sensor brings to the market effortless user convenience.
Combining the core of ACS' ACR122U Near Field Communication (NFC) Reader and Authentec's swipe fingerprint sensor, the AET62 NFC Reader with Fingerprint Sensor makes integration of secure biometric authentication simple and exchange of information intuitive. With its ergonomic design, it makes fingerprint and contactless card authentication hassle-free.
AET62 elevates security and flexibility for contactless applications by:
Three-Factor-Authentication: Requiring of a user something he has (smart card), something he knows (PIN/password) and something he is (fingerprint), before enabling any transactionMatch-On-Device: Limiting fingerprint template extraction and matching to itself, preventing security attacks associated with PCsSimple Fingerprint System : Doing away with databases, servers or network connectivity. Instead, fingerprint templates are stored and encrypted in the smart card.Complete local-site authentication; Limiting required components for operation into three only (local PC/remote server applications, contactless smart cards, and the AET62). Thus, even developers without an in-depth knowledge of biometrics can integrate fingerprint authentication into smart card-based applications.Security Enhancement : Provision of an optional secure access module (SAM) and support for third-party algorithms.
Manuals, Datasheets, Drivers for AET62
The AET62 NFC Reader with Fingerprint Sensor Software Development Kit enables users to efficiently develop new applications and systems, as well as incorporate the AET62 NFC Contactless Smart Card Reader and Swipe Fingerprint functionalities into existing applications. Included in the package are sample cards, sample codes, tools and utilities, demo applications, and reference materials that help developers, who may not have an in-depth knowledge of biometrics, integrate fingerprint authentication into smart card-based applications very easily.PICC
AET62 SDK Contents:
Smart Card Reader(s)
  • 1 x AET62 NFC Reader with Fingerprint Sensor
Test Card(s)/ Token(s)
  • 5 x Mifare 4K Cards
CD-ROM
  • Biometric demo, shows the different functionalities of the AET65 fingerprint sensor
  • BioBanking demo, performs simulated banking transactions for clients using ACOS cards and AET65 Smart Card Reader and Fingerprint Sensor
  • EasyKey, allows to change Mifare security settings.
  • NFC Reader Tool, enables the user to perform reader and card-related commands.
  • QuickView, checks for proper driver installation of the AET62 device
  • Sample Source Code
  • Demonstrate basic commands used to communicate between readers and cards, available in: Java, MS Visual Basic 6.0 MS Visual Basic.NET 2008, MS Visual Basic.NET 2008 (x64), MS Visual C# .NET 2008, MS Visual C# .NET 2008 (x64), MS Visual C++ 6.0, MS Visual C++ 6.0 (x64), and Turbo Delphi
  • Smart Card Reader Driver(s)
  • Reference Manual(s)
SDK OS Support
  • Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7, Win XP x64, Win Vista x64, Win 7 x64
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The AET65 Smart Card Reader with Fingerprint Sensor guarantees security and convenience in a variety of applications. Combining the core of ACS' ACR38-SAM contact smart card reader and Authentec's swipe fingerprint sensor in a single device, it creates a more cost-efficient and simplified integration of biometric technology in applications where the accuracy of biometric authentication is necessary to ensure a high level of security.

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The AET65 elevates the:

Security: It requires of a user something he has (smart card), something he knows (PIN/password) and something he is (fingerprint), before enabling any transaction; limits fingerprint extraction and matching to itself (preventing security attacks associated with PCs); comes with a secure access module (SAM); and offers support for third-party algorithms.Simplicity: It does away with databases, servers or network connectivity. Instead, fingerprint templates are stored and encrypted in the smart card, reducing operation components into three (local PC/remote server applications, contact smart cards, and the AET65). Even developers without an in-depth knowledge of biometrics can integrate fingerprint authentication into smart card-based applications

With these features, the AET65 makes integration of secure biometric authentication simple and exchange of information intuitive, and fingerprint and smart card authentication hassle-free.


The AET65 Smart Card Reader with Fingerprint Sensor Software Development Kit enables users to efficiently develop new applications and systems, as well as incorporate the AET65 Smart Card Reader and Fingerprint functionalities into existing applications. Included in the package are sample cards, sample codes, tools and utilities, demo applications, and reference materials that help developers, who may not have an in-depth knowledge of biometrics, integrate fingerprint authentication into smart card-based applications very easily.

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AET65 SDK Contents:

Smart Card Reader(s)
  • 1 x AET65 Smart Card Reader with Fingerprint Sensor
Test Card(s)/ Token(s)
  • 5 x ACOS3 Microprocessor Smart Cards
  • 2 x ACOS6 Multi-Application & Purse Smart Cards
  • 1 x ACOS6-SAM Secure Access Module Smart Cards
CD-ROM
  • Demo Programs
  • Biometric Demo
  • BioBanking Demo
  • CardTool
  • QuickView (Checks for proper driver installation of the AET65 device)
  • Sample codes
  • Demonstrate basic commands used to communicate between readers and cards, avaiable in: Java, MS Visual Basic 6.0 MS Visual Basic.NET 2008, MS Visual Basic.NET 2008 (x64), MS Visual C# .NET 2008, MS Visual C# .NET 2008 (x64), MS Visual C++ 6.0, MS Visual C++ 6.0 (x64), and Turbo Delphi
  • Smart Card Reader Driver(s)
  • Reference Manual(s)
SDK OS Support
  • Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7
  • Win XP x64, Win Vista x64, Win 7 x64

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