GenKey’s BioFinger SDK gets MINEX certification
23 February 2015 16:54 GMT

The MINEX test program provides assurances of the interoperability of core template encoding to users.

The BioFinger SDK developed by Netherlands-based biometric election specialist firm GenKey has received certification from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Minutiae Interoperability Exchange Test (MINEX).

MINEX is an ongoing evaluation of the INCITS 378 fingerprint templates. The MINEX test program provides assurances of the interoperability of core template encoding to users, vendors and integrators as well as being a pre-requisite for participation in government schemes across the globe

“We are very proud to receive the MINEX certification”, says Michiel van der Veen, CEO of GenKey.  “We are noticing a growing demand for biometric solutions that meet international and government standards in the Elections and Health markets, so receiving the MINEX certification for our BioFinger SDK is an important achievement for us.”

In January, GenKey noted that BioFinger had also achieved “excellent” performance results in both “standard” and “hard” tests by FVC-onGoing. The tests allow third parties to compare the accuracy and speed of fingerprint SDKs as evaluated by an independent organization.

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