Integrated Biometrics to debut LES fingerprint scanner for IoT devices at CES

January 2, 2018 - 

Integrated Biometrics will showcase its first light-emitting sensor (LES) fingerprint scanner designed for use with internet of things (IoT) devices at the upcoming CES show in Las Vegas.

The new sensor is lightweight and compact, yet rugged and capable of performing under challenging conditions, according to the company. It produces reliable results with wet or dirty fingers without cleaning between scans, and has low power demands, making it suitable for indoor, outdoor, and mobile use, as well as busy public environments.

“The Internet of Things is the future,” said Stephen Thies, CEO of Integrated Biometrics. “Our new fingerprint scanner helps organizations protect that future, now that we’ve extended our ground-breaking LES technology into the world of commercial IoT products.”

Integrated Biometrics closed a $2 million financing round in late 2017 to support its global growth and increased production of its FBI-certified fingerprint scanners.

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