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

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

Integrated Biometrics ships 450 Five-O units to FBI amid growing demand

Integrated Biometrics has shipped 450 units of its Five-O mobile ten-finger enrollment and matching device for use by the FBI, to improve the agency’s field identification capabilities. Integrated Biometrics integration partner InCadence Strategic Solutions won the contract to provide the units for use with Federal Government software, giving FBI agents mobile identification capabilities in situations in which it was not previously available. The deal demonstrates the FBI’s confidence in being able to extend biometric technology closer to where identification is

Integrated Biometrics says Crossmatch lawsuit is aimed at stagnating rapid growth

Integrated Biometrics released a statement stating that it believes a recent patent infringement lawsuit filed by Crossmatch against the company is a “frivolous and tactical strategy by Crossmatch to slow Integrated Biometrics’ rapid growth and presence in the biometrics market”. Earlier this month, Crossmatch filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware alleging that Integrated Biometrics’ FBI-certified scanners infringe Crossmatch patents 9,280,695; 7,203,344; 7,277,562 and 6,483,932. Integrated Biometrics said in the statement that it

Biometrics offer smarter, faster and more respectful border control

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

Integrated Biometrics ranks 965 on the Inc. 5000

Inc. magazine has ranked Integrated Biometrics number 965 on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, the ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. “Our growth is due to our team’s tireless innovation not only in developing newer and better fingerprint biometric technology, but in responding to the continually changing needs of our strategic partners and the customers they serve,” CEO Steve Thies said, adding, “The Inc. 5000 listing is a reflection of this extraordinary attention to customer service.”