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HUNGARY-VEINSCANNER
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October 10, 2014 
Fans watch as Ferencvaros plays against Szombathely in their Hungarian first division soccer match, at... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Fans watch as Ferencvaros plays against Szombathely in their Hungarian first division soccer match, at... 
Fans watch as Ferencvaros plays against Szombathely in their Hungarian first division soccer match, at Ferencvaros' brand new stadium where a palm vein identification entry system has been launched, in Budapest, September 28, 2014. A Hungarian invention, the scanner identifies a fan based on five million palm vein data points. The developers say this is the fastest existing system for the safe identification of big crowds at sports and other events. Still, the scanner was the last straw for the hard core of Fradi fans who had been upset anyway by the introduction of club cards, a rise in ticket prices and ever stricter regulations of the behaviour of soccer fans in and around the stadium. Picture taken September 29=8, 2014. To match Feature SOCCER-HUNGARY/BIOMETRICS REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
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