FDLE certifies Fulcrum Biometrics FbF LiveScan software

Fulcrum Biometrics‘ FbF LiveScan software has been certified as an approved product by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), offering an economical alternative to Florida-based organizations that do background checks. According to Ken Nosker, president of Fulcrum Biometrics, the certification demonstrates “our commitment to providing state-of-the-art live scan solutions for criminal booking and applicant background checking across the United States and beyond.” FbF LiveScan is a live scan software application that is integrated with the Green Bit Dactyscan84c. The

Fulcrum Biometrics provides fingerprint authentication solution for children’s health facility

Fulcrum Biometrics announced that Clarity Child Guidance Center, a non-profit mental health treatment centers for children, is now using the Biodentify biometric authentication solution to provide fast, easy and secure system login for their staff. With a staff of more than 150 healthcare professionals, Clarity required a more simplified and secure method of logging into their new electronic medical records (EMR) system. Biodentify replaces the previous password system with fingerprint authentication for Windows and EMR login, enabling Clarity to improve

Fulcrum Biometrics to sell SMUFS Biometrics’ mobile fingerprint scanners

Fulcrum Biometrics has signed a global distribution deal to sell SMUFS Biometric Solutions (SBS) line of FIPS 201/PIV Bluetooth and wireless fingerprint compact mobile scanners. Fulcrum Biometrics develops FbF mobileOne Quickdock for iOS that enables Apple device users to connect a fingerprint reader directly to the device. However, in cases where it isn’t practical to have the scanner attached to the device, SBS’s wireless technology allows for undocked fingerprint capture, ensuring that only the fingerprint reader is touched by users.

Top biometrics news stories, week of August 17

Biometrics Week in Review: Technoglobal acquisition strategy, biometrics for prison management, mobile commerce opportunities, biometrics in banking, South African borders, mass surveillance tested in Boston, US terrorism database, a voice biometrics patent and a special report on mobile biometric authentication. Here’s a recap of most popular and noteworthy biometrics news stories that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Fingerprint recognition provider Technoglobal adopts accretive M&A strategy – Technoglobal Inc., a leading Japanese provider of fingerprint authentication technology, is seeking to

Credence ID, Fulcrum Biometrics provide mobile biometric solutions for prisons in Mexico and Guatemala

Credence ID and Fulcrum Biometrics announced two new deployments of their combined Android-based mobile biometric equipment and software in Mexico and Guatemala, to manage jail populations as well as improve prisoner and public safety. For the Guatemala project, the Policia Nacional Civil de Guatemala will use the Trident device, which features fingerprints, iris matching and facial recognition, in its national prison system to both enroll and identify detainees with on-board biometric matching capability. In addition to the Guatemala project, Credence

Fingerprint sensors market to be valued at $14.35B by 2020

The global fingerprint sensors market is forecasted to surpass $14.35 billion in revenue by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 16.8% from 2014 to 2020, according to a new market research report published by MarketsandMarkets. Titled “Fingerprint Sensors Market by Type (Swipe And Area), Material (Optical Prism, Pizeoelectric, Capacitive, and Adhesives), Application (Mobile Devices, Government, Defense, Healthcare, Commercial Security and Banking & Finance), and Geography – Global Trends & Forecasts to 2014 – 2020”, the 350-page report provides more than

NEXT Biometrics signs partnership with Fulcrum Biometrics, gets initial order for sensors

NEXT Biometrics has just received an initial order for 10,000 fingerprint sensors from Fulcrum Biometrics and at the same time, has signed a strategic agreement with the San Antonio, Texas-based firm. According to the company, the first deliveries for Fulcrum’s fingerprint sensors order will begin this month. “We are very pleased to be able to welcome Fulcrum Biometrics as our distributor in the strategically important North-American market,” Tore Etholm- Idsøe, CEO of NEXT Biometrics said. “ Fulcrum is a highly respected and

Credence ID launches handheld tri-biometric capture device

Credence ID has announced the launch of the Trident, a new handheld device for capturing biometrics. Specifically, the new device integrates simultaneous dual iris capture, a PIV-certified FAP 45 fingerprint sensor and camera for capturing facial images, all running on a quad-core Android host. “The biometrics market has been waiting for a device like Trident.  Until now, iris and fingerprint capture in an integrated device was difficult in bright sunlight conditions,” Ken Nosker, CEO of Fulcrum Biometrics, an authorized distributor and

Lumidigm, Fulcrum Biometrics participate in African vaccination program

Lumidigm and Fulcrum Biometrics have announced their participation in an African program through VaxTrac, which aims to reduce vaccine waste and ensure that vaccinations are delivered efficiently. According to the two companies, millions of young children are not being vaccinated and an estimated 2.5 million will die before the age of five. By using fingerprint biometrics, the VaxTrac program intends to improve the record-keeping process to eliminate re-immunizations and to efficiently dole out vaccinations throughout Africa. Vaccination wastage rates have reached more

Redsis, Fulcrum Biometrics deploy biometric banking system in South America

Redsis Corporation has announced a series of its biometric software to the banking industry in South America along with Fulcrum Biometrics. Redsis, a U.S.-based company is a partner of Fulcrum Biometrics and supplies biometric software and fingerprint devices from Futronic Technology. Fulcrum is Futronic’s North and Central American Distributor. Specifically, the solution deployed in South America uses Futronic FS88 fingerprint scanners, which are certified to meet FBI IAFIS standards for interoperability. “Redsis is a great example of how our consultancy philosophy