IDEMIA announced the launch and immediate availability of RapID X1, a handheld wireless device for biometric fingerprint identification. This new and innovative technology has a FBI Personal Identity Verification (PIV) FAP 30 certified sensor, which ensures the highest quality fingerprint images for its size. RapID X1 places the power of mobile identification and authentication into the hands of law enforcement to identify potential suspects in the field, and assist officer safety.
Suprema ID announced that the company’s RealScan-G10 and RealScan-D series scanners are now compatible to Android solution for greater mobility. Developed for increasing demand for mobile fingerprinting, the new Android solution allows greater mobility and solves limitation in power supply when used in outdoors. For enrollment kits, size has been reduced dramatically by replacing larger laptops with compact mobile device such as tablets and smartphones.
The PSIA will show continued momentum for its Physical Logical Access interoperability (PLAI) spec at ISC West 2019. Biometrics, an important component of enterprise physical security systems, will also be featured in the demo. Princeton Identity has previously demonstrated its PLAI adapter and at ISC West 2019 we will be showing new adapters from EyeLock and IDEMIA. The demo will be held at the Venetian/Sands Expo Center- Sands Meeting Room 403, on April 11, 2019 at 10:00 AM.
Iris ID has partnered with Africa’s leading manufacturing conglomerate, Dangote Group, to provide a time and attendance solution for more than 30,000 employees working at Dangote Cement manufacturing plants in five countries. The Dangote Group is a Nigerian multinational industrial conglomerate, founded by Aliko Dangote. It is the largest conglomerate in West Africa and one of the largest on the African continent.
The PSIA will show continued momentum for its Physical-Logical Access interoperability (PLAI) spec at ISC West 2019. Biometrics, an important component of enterprise physical security systems, will also be featured in the demo. Princeton Identity has previously demonstrated its PLAI adapter and at ISC West 2019 we will be showing new adapters from EyeLock and IDEMIA. The demo will be held at the Venetian/Sands Expo Center – Sands Meeting Room 403.
Princeton Identity announced the lauch of its new IOM Access600e™ iris and face biometric capture device, a premium level unit designed for high volume enrollment and fast, convenient identification in high security, high throughput applications. The Access600e replaces the company’s Access500e model, offering superior performance, significantly lower pricing, and a sleek, updated form factor that allows it to fit easily on tight table counters.
Unisys Corporation announced the availability of Unisys Stealth(identity)™, the company’s biometric identity management software for large-scale biometric enrollment processing supporting fingerprint, face, voice and iris recognition as well as behavioral biometrics, with the ability to integrate new biometric modalities in the future. Stealth(identity) automates the process of biometric enrollment—capturing and storing biometric data used to authenticate identities—and provides configurable application programming interfaces (APIs) for integrating biometric authentication across physical and digital channels, including mobile devices.
Princeton Identity announced the new IOM Access200w iris recognition reader, an environmentally sealed and impact resistant model designed for use outdoors as part of the company’s IOM Access200 biometric identity product family. The IOM Access200w is the first outdoor solution of its kind, which when integrated with access control platforms, allows customers to unlock exterior building doors without removing gloves or reaching in pockets to find access cards.
Iris ID announced the integration of iris recognition cameras and matching engine into GenKey’s biometric ID platform, to provide an all-in-one solution for various biometric registration and verification initiatives. Iris ID’s iCAM TD100 and iCAM T10 cameras and IrisAccelerator matching engine have been integrated into GenKey’s ID solutions. GenKey’s ID platform has helped many governments and organizations to improve inclusivity, reduce fraud and improve time and cost efficiencies.
The PSIA will show continued momentum for its Physical Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) spec at ISC West 2019. One of the critical components is the introduction of an independent commercial PLAI Agent by Cruatech of Dublin, Ireland. This Agent acts as central hub, to allow interchange between disparate PACS and biometric vendors.