With verification, the personal reference template is stored on a RFID media when the data are captured for the first time and the respective person must carry this RFID media with him.
A storing and distribution of these data in the system is not necessary; each person is thus responsible for 'his' personal biometric data.
If a person now places his finger on the reading device, a 1:1 comparison is done in contrast to the identification. In other words, the personal reference template must first be read by the RFID medium in order to then be compared with the finger template currently captured. If both are the same, authorization is issued. Verification represents a very fast and reliable form of recognition which can also be used in countries with very strict data protection provisions.