Suprema to unveil new USB fingerprint scanners at Cartes

November 13, 2013 - 

Suprema has announced that it will launch a new set of USB fingerprint scanners and an embedded OEM module.

In particular, the company says it will unveil its new BioMini Slim, BioMini Combo and SFU-S20 at Cartes 2013, taking place next week from Nov. 19-21 in Paris, France.

According to the company, BioMini Slim is a solution for PC based identity access management solution, which uses Suprema’s 500dpi optical sensor and LFD (Live Finger Detection).

BioMini Slim has received both FBI-PIV and mobile ID FAP 20 certifications. This unit also offers a software SDK platform.

BioMini Combo is a fingerprint scanner which provides dual-authentication security using contact smart card as well as fingerprint technology for desktop PC and network environments.

The latest OEM fingerprint scanner module, the SFU-S20, is designed for various applications such as ATMs, kiosks, mobile-POS and handheld terminals.

“Reliability and performance are two essential elements which will drive the global diversification and expansion of applications based on fingerprint technology,” James Lee, CEO of Suprema said. “Suprema is proud to lead the biometrics and security industry by continually developing and offering reliable state-of-the-art products and technology for the global community.”

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