Cross Match to discuss human-machine interface in fingerprinting at IAI Conference
Roberto Wolfer from Cross Match is set to speak at the IAI Conference in Rhode Island, on August 5th, 2013.
Wolfer is the company’s leader for its livescan product and will speak about the role of intelligent human–machine interface and its impact on fingerprint capture, speed, accuracy and comfort. He will address how intelligent technology can guide operators and users through the fingerprint capture process, how to avoid typical capture mistakes without any specialized training and will also demonstrate how automation leads to fingerprints with consistently high image quality compared to a human-based quality assessment approach.
The IAI Conference — the International Association for Identification — takes place August 4-10, 2013 in Providence, Rhode Island.
In addition, says the company, the ongoing development of new standards for global harmonization of feedback elements and biometric symbols will be discussed and how this will lead to lower failure-to-enroll rates across the board.
Wolfer has been working in biometrics for 8 years and holds engineering degrees in Medical Engineering and Intellectual Property.
Reported previously, Cross Match announced the creation of “Cross Match Ventures,” a business unit dedicated to the development and commercialization of emerging technological innovations in the biometric and identity management markets.
Cross Match also recently launched its new SEEK Avenger mobile handheld unit, aimed at immigration, border control, law enforcement and security communities.