A statement from the company said the installation of the technology at the new headquarters of Digital Garage, located in Tokyo's Shibuya district, had been done along with Japan Aerospace Corporation.
JAC had also done the network configuration for the deployment, IDEMIA said.
Employees can now authenticate by waving their hands across a sensor. The contcatless system is also more hygienic than systems which require one to place one's finger or fingers on a pad.
"As a leader in biometrics, we want to provide entities with an advanced biometric technology that is convenient to use and allows users to identify themselves without complications.”
A Digital Garage spokesperson said: “We are proud to be the first in Japan to implement this touchless 3D fingerprint technology for biometric access control, which ensures accurate identification of our employees and visitors.
"IDEMIA’s technology is the ideal fit for us, thanks to its versatile and easy deployment, accuracy and reliability in fingerprint matching.”