SecuGen to demonstrate new smaller fingerprint reader
10 September 2013 14:57 GMT


SecuGen to demonstrate new smaller fingerprint reader

SecuGen is launching a completely new, smaller fingerprint reader, which it will demonstrate at the 2013 Biometrics Consortium Conference in Tampa, Florida next week. The new fingerprint reader and its OEM sensor version are both FAP 20 Mobile ID and PIV certified by the FBI.

SecuGen has developed a compact USB fingerprint sensor that is less than half the height of SecuGen’s previous USB sensors. The small size will allow it to be integrated into hardware products where space is at a premium. SecuGen supplies OEM sensors to companies that embed them into their own products such as Access Control and Time & Attendance systems, kiosks, ATMs, safes, industrial equipment and many other types of equipment. The new smaller fingerprint sensor will be available to partners that require a small, rugged, high quality USB fingerprint reader at an affordable price.

The FBI has certified the new fingerprint reader and its OEM sensor as meeting both PIV image quality specifications and FAP 20 Mobile ID requirements.

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