September 9, 2014 -
iBeta Quality Assurance, an on-demand software testing laboratory under the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program, was awarded a fingerprint evaluation study contract from Sandia National Laboratories under sponsorship by the Department of Homeland Security: Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency, Resilient Systems Division.
The fingerprint evaluation study, which marks iBeta’s second project with Sandia National Laboratories, is being conducted with biometric devices provided by 3M, Integrated Biometrics, Lumidigm, and Precise Biometrics.
The study’s success depends on the ongoing cooperation with the aforementioned vendors, along with DHS’s continued guidance.
Headquartered in Aurora, Colorado, iBeta offers a range of software services, including quality assurance, functionality testing, mobile testing, performance testing, compatibility testing, code reviews, IV & V, and test plan engineering.
The organization’s testing labs is able to accommodate a wide span of software architectures, including web-based applications, stand-alone software packages, and complex client-server architectures.
iBeta will provide more information about the study at the Global Identify Summit in Tampa, Florida during a DHS briefing on DHS S&T Identify Programs.
The summit will include a presentation by Rick Lazarick, chief scientist of biometrics at Computer Sciences Corporation on September 17 at 9:30 a.m.