New BioEnable Technologies ten-fingerprint scanner gets STQC certification for use in Aadhaar

April 29, 2013 - 

BioEnable Technologies’ DactyScan84c ten-fingerprint scanner has been awarded the final STQC certification for the Aadhaar project.

According to the company, the new scanner, which rolls live scans at 500 dpi, is also suitable for national government ID programs, immigration Visa applications, as well as for law enforcement agencies.

“With our 10 years of experience in working in fingerprint technology, DactyScan84c was launched in partnership with Greenbit Italy and certified by STQC keeping the problems being face by enrollment agencies in mind, and today we are very happy to see that we are getting very positive response from different Enrollment Agencies,” Pradeep Bhatia, BioEnable’s managing director said.

Though the scanner has been certified by the STQC, it is also certified with CE, FCC, EMC, USB.IF, IEC 60950 and FBI. According to the company, this new scanner works with both wet and dry havns and supports both segmentation and rolled fingerprint scanning. Deformations are automatically detected and corrects finger placing for incomplete scans.

Reported previously, BioEnable Technologies recently launched its newest-generation biometric kiosks with an increased memory capacity and CPU for identification systems.

In November, the company’s eNbioScan-C1 single-finger scanner was also awarded STQC certification for use in the Aadhaar project.  

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