Developed by Japan Display Inc. (JDI) fingerprint sensor is a glass sensor using capacitive multi-touch technology. Such sensors can be used in smartphones, security system scanners, in any devices that require fingerprint identification. In the new sensor, measuring 8 by 8 mm (0.45 inches, resolution 160×160 pixels, pixel density 508 DPI), developed in Pixel Eyes Technology. This operating time is used in the production of sensor arrays with high sensitivity to touch. The high accuracy and sensitivity of the new technology allows sensors with high reliability to identify a fingerprint by a readable capillary pattern. Vivo’s previously introduced Synaptics fingerprint scanner is located behind the glass of the screen. The sensor developed by JDI uses technologies to create a completely new type of display with an active area directly on the glass that can read fingerprints. Japan Display Inc. It plans to begin commercial deliveries of displays using active sensors already during the 2018 fiscal year, which ends in March 2019. As far as the announced technology has interested manufacturers of smartphones and other electronic devices, it has not yet been announced.