DERMALOG demonstrating biometric products at the Hannover CeBIT Exhibition

March 17, 2015 - 

DERMALOG Identification Systems GmbH announced it is demonstrating its line of biometric identification products at this week’s CeBIT exhibition in Hanover, Germany.

Among the products DERMALOG is demonstrating is its new BiometricGate, the first fully automated electronic gate that uses 3D sensor high-resolution camera technology combined with a precisely defined field of view.

The system’s advanced camera ensures that only one individual is able to pass through the BiometricGate at a time. The facial recognition technology scans biometric face data, limiting the non-detection of deception and fraud.

DERMALOG will also demonstrate its mobile fingerprint identification solution, the LF1, which is the smallest optical fingerprint scanner with the dimensions of 29.4 mm x 43.4 mm x 14 mm and a weight of only 19 g.

The LF1 offers secure biometric identification in a range of stationary and mobile applications with physical and logical access, point-of-sale terminals, vending machines, printers, mobile devices, safes and door locks.

The company will also showcase FingerBanking, its newly developed technology supporting banks to facilitate secure payment transactions.

The unique fingerprint combined with systems of facial recognition ensures a high level of security while providing improved comfort for banks and end-users.

Finally, DERMALOG has been recognized for its outstanding performance as a biometric innovation leader in the “Lexikon der deutschen Weltmarktführer” (Encyclopedia of German World Market Leaders) 2015 edition.

The company’s research and development team is constantly working on biometric products ranging from biometric border controls via biometric ID cards to new “FingerLogin” and “FingerPayment” solutions.

DERMALOG has delivered over 20,000 fingerprint scanners to residency registration offices and foreigners’ authorities in its native Germany, as well as another 80,000 fingerprint scanners to more than 60 countries.

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