Fingerprint Cards receives $12.76 million touch fingerprint sensor order

April 2, 2015 - 

Fingerprint Cards AB announced it has receive an order valued at SEK 110 million (USD $12.76 million) for its touch fingerprint sensor FPC1025 from one of its module partners.

FPC develops, produces, and markets biometric technology verifies a person’s identity by analyzing and matching the individual’s unique fingerprint.

The technology comprises of biometric sensors, processors, algorithms and modules that can either be used individaully or in combination with each other.

FPC’s technology provides unique image quality, robustness, low power consumption and complete biometric systems.
Other applications of the company’s technology include IT and Internet security, as well as access control.

Fingerprint Cards’ touch fingerprint sensor FPC1025 has seen strong traction as of late, having recently received two large orders from its module partners, including one valued at 75 million SEK (USD $8.6 million).

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