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Auto Thefts Reduced With Fingerprint Car Starter



Detroit, Michigan, April 28, 2009

The downturn in the economy is not only bad for business and jobs. It also affects the number of cars stolen daily.

In Michigan, not only are residents dealing with double digit unemployment and the fate of the big three automakers, the state is ranked number 5 of all 50 states plagued with auto theft. California and Texas rank 1 and 2 respectively.

A firm in Canton, Protek Biometrics, is helping consumers protect their autos with a car alarm that also provides car theft prevention. Other fingerprint security devices use only the car owner’s fingerprint to start the car. Protek’s car security system uses a 3-factor system adding the owner’s pulse, blood pressure and fingerprint groove depth for identification. The car can not be started without the owner’s genetic biological makeup.

“Fingerprint security will be seen in more products used everyday, and become as common as a GPS or cell phones“ said Rose McNeill, the company’s technical spokesperson. “Technology is affecting everything we do, even things as simple as car alarms. Unfortunately people aren’t only loosing their houses in this bad economy, but they’re loosing their cars too. ”

For more information on biometric security, contact Rose McNeill or a demonstration unit visit Protek Biometrics of Canton Michigan is a distributor of biometric security products for cars and computer systems.



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