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Integrated Biometrics posts podcasts on biometric fingerprinting trends and challenges


Integrated Biometrics announced it has posted the first in a series of podcasts, which discuss the various technology trends and challenges for the enrollment verification industry.

The podcasts, available on Integrated Biometrics’ Connect page, feature members of the Integrated Biometrics leadership team including CEO Steve Thies, president Mike Grimes, CTO Fred Frye, and business development executive and strategic advisor Tom Buss.

“We have an extremely talented team of industry veterans who are sought-after speakers, panelists, and consultants interested and excited about contributing to the future of the biometrics industry,” said Thies. “We’re proactively responding to demand by utilizing our website and social media to share their thought leadership.”

The personalities featured in the podcasts are regular speakers at conferences around the globe in addition to participating on panels and industry working groups to help establish standards and practices associated with enrollment and verification systems.

Each Integrated Biometrics podcast is three to five minutes in length and discusses topics such as the difficulties in producing devices that could achieve FBI Appendix-F certification, the impact of mobility issues on fingerprint sensor technology, the standards process for enrollment and verification products, the technology behind Integrated Biometrics products, and future industry challenges.

Integrated Biometrics, which provides a range of enrollment and verification fingerprint sensors, is currently developing more podcasts, as well as videocasts.

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