SecuGen WebAPI beta software now available

SecuGen announced that its WebAPI beta software is now available and will also be featured at the company’s booth next week at CES.

The WebAPI SDK allows software developers to add fingerprint authentication to web applications. It is compatible with most modern web browsers, supports JavaScript and RESTFUL web service and features easy to integrate fingerprint capture, enrollment, and matching functions.

In other company news, SecuGen and SafeDefend LLC have partnered to create the SafeDefend Personnel Protection System and will also be demonstrating the product at CES.

According to a company release, SafeDefend prepares schools, hospitals, government buildings and corporate offices on what to do during the critical minutes leading up to the time first responders arrived on the scene.

The SafeDefend Personnel Protection System is a fingerprint activated safe that allows for controlled access and secure storage of items such as: gel pepper spray; a baton with a window break; trauma kit; safety vest; flex cuffs; high-intensity strobe flashlight; and a whistle. When activated, the system alerts workplace personnel, local law enforcement and a nationwide monitoring company of the location of the threat.

The SafeDefend system features the SecuGen U20-SFR OEM fingerprint sensor and an industry standard networking system. The U20-SFR combines SecuGen’’s U20 sensor and a Single Board Computer that sports a 1 GHz CPU and provides a fully programmable Linux environment.

SecuGen will also be showing its line of optical fingerprint readers including the FAP 20 certified Hamster Pro 20 and the soon to be released Hamster Pro 10.

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