Grabba receives technology innovation award at Homeland Security Week

October 16, 2015 - 

Grabba International Pty Ltd announced it has received the ‘Technology Innovation of the Year’ award at Homeland Security Week 2015.

The recognition comes on the heels of Grabba winning a US$2 million contract to roll out a second stage pilot project at 10 U.S. international airports as part of the Biometric Exit (BE) Mobile Experiment.

Grabba’s line of data capture devices include three different models: the S-Series, NCage-Series and Q-Series.


The devices are able to perform data capturing, verification, or transaction processing. Additionally, there are compatible with a range of technologies, including barcode scanners, card and passport readers, Rfid read/write, fingerprint readers, and signature capture.

Grabba devices support various smartphone and tablet models, including Apple iPhone 5, 5S, 6 and 6 Plus; iPod Touch 5th and 6th Gen.; Samsung Galaxy S5, S6 and Xcover 3; and Samsung Note 3 and 4.

Grabba conducted a video demonstration of its data capture device, this week at Biometrics2015 in London.

Previously reported, BI2 Technologies and Grabba International Pty Ltd have signed a joint licensing and marketing agreement to develop and offer mobile biometric identification, data capture and verification devices.

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