JENETRIC reports strong global demand for its biometric device

August 4, 2016 - 

After only 18 months in development, JENETRIC reports that series production for its LIVETOUCH quattro ID-flat scanner has begun.

In a statement, the German biometrics firm said that the LIVETOUCH quattro features completely new technology and that market demand is high.

“With LIVETOUCH quattro we want to set new standards in identifying people by their fingerprints” says Roberto Wolfer, one of the founders and CEOs of JENETRIC. “Nevertheless, we were surprised by the large number of inquiries after we launched the product last September. Not only the interest in evaluating and purchasing the scanner was high, our customers are also inspired by the unique combination of a fingerprint sensor and a display and frequently approach us with new concepts for future applications.”

The team at JENETRIC required only 12 months to complete the first prototype.

The company reports that the device is being evaluated by international customers in Europe, North and South America and Asia. The company has also closed a partnership agreement with SureID, Inc., a U.S. based customer that is the world’s largest provider of PIV-I credentials. The first 100 units have already been delivered.

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