Warwick Warp launches new fingerprint SDK

August 21, 2013 - 

Warwick Warp has just announced the launch of its new LiveScan fingerprint matching SDK.

According to the company, the new LiveScan v4 SDK provides significant improvements in matching speed and now includes MINEX and STQC-certified algorithms as a standard. In addition, says the company, v4 also comes with either low or high-speed FBI certified WSQ codecs.

“Our new LiveScan v4 SDK represents a major development for Warwick Warp. Not only is it up to 50% faster, but it enables us to provide fast, ultra-accurate industry certified algorithms to our partners,” Stewart Hefferman, CEO of Warwick Warp said. “Our partners want Warwick Warp to maintain its leading position in this fast moving market. We’ll continue to support them in many ways, one of which is through our continued commitment to invest in R&D.”

Reported previously, Warwick Warp obtained its STQC certification for its fingerprint feature extractor in cooperation with Anaxee Technologies, the company’s strategic partner in India.

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