This is a guest post by Steve Thies, CEO of Integrated Biometrics It has become clear that 2017 is a year of change and challenge for the United States, especially regarding immigration and national security. With enhanced border protection and aggressive vetting of visitors, immigrants, diplomats and refugees, one of the most important questions will be how to screen these individuals – quickly, accurately and respectfully. Biometric technology can and should be an essential part of these programs. Biometric screening
WoVo Identity Solutions recently introduced its FingerSCAN DecedentID solution which provides coroners and medical examiners with a cleaner and faster way to identify unknown decedents at the scene. Using the Integrated Biometrics Watson Mini fingerprint scanner, FingerSCAN DecedentID simplifies and expedites the identification process of recently deceased individuals within hours of the death rather than days, enabling them to alert family members faster. “I knew Coroners and Medical Examiners needed a low cost, mobile solution like this and thought it
Integrated Biometrics announced that it has launched an online resource geared towards the African marketplace. The biometric equipment manufacturer made the announcement at the ID4Africa Forum and exposition this week in Kigali, Rwanda. ID4Africa is an annual government meeting that examines issues around identity and social inclusion. The one-of-a-kind event gathered together a large number of representatives from multiple government agencies across Africa to build awareness of identity management solutions as being a prime driver for social and economic development.
Integrated Biometrics is sending a team of biometrics industry professionals to Kigali, Rwanda to participate in the ID4Africa international conference later this month and will be conducting one-on-one meetings and product testing at its Resource and Education Suite at the Kigali Serena Hotel throughout the event. ID4Africa focuses on biometric solutions for Africa-specific issues such as national ID, civil registration, digital identity in social protection and labor, elections, health care, mobile payments, improving national security, border management and population management
In an effort to to share know-how and advances in its patented light emitting sensor (LES) film, Integrated Biometrics is sending key members of its leadership and technology team to discuss technological best practices with systems integrators and end users in government, financial, and healthcare marketplaces at multiple high-profile events in the U.S. and overseas this spring. “The past couple of years have seen critical, unforeseen challenges in human migration all across the globe,” said the company’s President Mike Grimes.
AMREL announced that the FBI has certified its XP7-ID rugged biometric handheld. AMREL developed the XP7-ID in cooperation with Integrated Biometrics. Fingerprints are captured by Sherlock, an Integrated Biometrics module which utilizes a state-of-the-art light emitting sensor. This sensor uses very little power, needs less maintenance than traditional methods, and captures FAP-45 quality images. “This is an important milestone not just for us, but for the security and law enforcement community,” explains Richard Lane, AMREL Vice President of Strategic Business
According to a statement by the company, global events surrounding immigration, border security, and terrorism are driving increasing interest in advanced mobile fingerprint scanner technology from Integrated Biometrics. This interest – particularily in the company’s patented light emitting sensor (LES) film – is resulting in new customers and international organizations asking Integrated Biometrics for its technological advice and best practices in developing the next wave of mobile fingerprint scanners. Company president Mike Grimes commented on the increasing interest. “Any company
Integrated Biometrics announced that its business development executive and strategic advisor Tom Buss recently discussed public safety and military multibiometric identification tools at the Advanced Biometrics Emerging Trends and Future Applications Conference in Washington, D.C. The industry veteran shared his insights on new certified fingerprint technology that is currently available in the marketplace, along with providing examples of adoption and use cases. “The emerging trend in biometric identification (and enrollment) devices is to do as much as possible in the