Suprema bringing ‘world’s slimmest’ fingerprint authentication scanner to TRUSTECH 2016

November 16, 2016 - 

Biometrics and ID solutions company Suprema announced today that it will unveil what it calls the “world’s slimmest” fingerprint authentication scanner at TRUSTECH 2016 later this month.

Along with its world’s slimmest (16mm), high definition optical sensor, the new BioMini Slim 2 features Suprema’s proprietary Multi-dynamic Range(MDR) technology, FBI PIV/FIPS 201/Mobile ID FAP20 compliance and Android device support.

According to a company statement, the all new BioMini Slim 2 has been engineered from Suprema’s 2nd generation optical structure and device platform. BioMini Slim 2 provides developers more physical flexibility with its reduced form factor and the ultra-slim optical sensor ensures robust operation over time along with its IP65-rated waterproof structure. Continued from its predecessors, BioMini Slim 2 also features Suprema’s advanced anti-spoofing LFD (Live Finger Detection) and MDR technology that enables to capture high quality fingerprints even under direct sunlight up to 100,000 LUX.

“The new BioMini Slim 2 is at the spearhead of our 2nd generation BioMini line-up. In developing BioMini Slim 2, we have re-engineered whole existing optical structure and platform to improve size-reduction, image quality and connectivity. The new scanner now provides all those improvements plus nitty-gritty from Suprema’s core advantages such as MDR and LFD technologies. In addition, with its newly improved assembly and structural engineering, BioMini Slim 2 now offers best-in-class cost advantage and durability in operation,” said Bogun Park, Head of ID Solutions Business at Suprema.

“The new BioMini Slim 2 clearly shows our commitment on mobile-oriented identification and we will expand our 2nd generation BioMini scanner line-up with more focus on this fast growing mobile identification market,” Park added.

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