Dermalog to present new fingerprint, facial recognition offerings at CARTES

November 19, 2013 - 

Dermalog has announced that it will be showcasing two of its new biometrics offerings: a fingerprint scanner with esignature functionality, as well as a facial recognition system at CARTES 2013, currently taking place in Paris.

According to the company, the Dermalog LF10 fingerprint scanner, which has been previously available for rolled fingerprints and ten-print impressions, now has the capability to record esignatures along with fingerprints. This will be shown at CARTES along with a new facial recognition system.

This facial recognition system is ICAO-compliant and has been named the ICAO Face Check module. According to Dermalog, this software works with a commercial webcam and performs a live comparison of standardized biometric facial features. It is also capable of identification configurations.

“We are very proud of how our products have developed and we look forward to presenting these pioneering innovations for the first time at one of the most important trade fairs in the sector,” Günther Mull, CEO of Dermalog said. “With these innovations, we are reacting to the rising demand for multifunctional identification systems and in so doing, we can demonstrate our expertise in the development of high-quality and innovative technological concepts. Our technology already enjoys a high level of acceptance and is becoming increasingly implemented worldwide. With our extensive research and development programs, we are confident we will consistently deliver innovative technologies and that this trend continues in future.”

Reported previously, the Central Bank of Nigeria has teamed up with Dermalog for biometric POS systems as well as for biometric ATMs.

In May, Frost & Sullivan presented its Customer Value Enhancement award to Dermalog for its identification systems.

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