September 22, 2015 -
Crossmatch announced at the Global Identity Summit it has launched two new livescan solutions, including the new Guardian 200 ten-print scanner and the latest models of L Scan palm scanners.
The new livescan solutions offer customers highly reliable, rapid capture fingerprint and palmprint devices that meet the enrollment needs of global government and law enforcement agencies.
The Guardian 200 offers wet and dry fingerprint image capture, lower profile and intuitive icon-based user guidance display, making it ideal for attended and semi-attended applications which rely on speed and image quality.
The ten-print device is positioned between the Guardian 300 and the Guardian Module, providing Crossmatch customers with a solution to meet their exact needs.
The Guardian 300 incorporates unique touch screen-based user guidance and workflow control capabilities, while the Guardian Module features a slim housing and robust SDK for seamless installation into workstations and automated border/passport control (ABC/APC) kiosks.
The latest Crossmatch L Scan palm scanners offer USB 3.0 connectivity along with superior image quality and capture speed.
The L Scan line, available in 500 and 1000 ppi, addresses the need for compact, high resolution, rapid finger and palm print capture for criminal identification, forensic analysis and enrollment
L Scan scanners are able to easily collect upper, lower and writer’s palms (hypothenar/ulnar), as well as flats, slaps and rolls.
The palm scanners are fully compliant with FBI standards and support submissions to the National Palm Print System (NPPS).
“As the industry leader in livescan solutions, Crossmatch has worked diligently to build a reputation of trusted performance where it matters most,” said Crossmatch CEO Richard Agostinelli. “Government and law enforcement agencies around the world rely on our livescan solutions to perform in critical applications such as border screening, background checks and criminal booking.”
Previously reported, Crossmatch’s Verifier Sentry handheld device was awarded the Biometric Identification Device of 2015 by Government Security News (GSN).