Green Bit gets FBI certification for palm livescan device

January 22, 2014 - 

Green Bit has announced that its MultiScan527 palm scanner has just been FBI-certified in accordance with the agency’s Appendix F image quality specifications.

In addition, says the company, the scanner is able to acquire supplemental prints, in accordance with the FBI’s Appendix P.

“Having received Appendix P certification as the first Livescan manufacturer in the workd makes us particularly proud and is yet another proof of our technological leadership in this industry,” Christian Rutigliano, head of international sales for Green Bit said. “The MultiScan527 is now the most complete Livescan on the market taking also into consideration its many other unique features combined with a price point never seen for Palm-Livescans in the market so far.”

According to the company, the scanner offers an acquisition speed of up to 8 frames per second for full frame images and up to 25 per second for rolled prints. The scanner is capable of processing Appendix F 4-slaps and palm impressions, as well as Appendix P rolled thenar, full finger, flat and rolled fingertip impressions.

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