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Suprema releases new fingerprint terminal with improved accuracy and matching speeds


Suprema has launched BioStation 2, a new fingerprint terminal that uses robust hardware and algorithms to improve accuracy and provide matching speeds of up to 20,000 fingerprints per second.

The biometric fingerprint terminal features a new optical sensor that significantly improves the capture of wet or dry fingers.

BioStation 2 features a Power-over-Ethernet, Wiegand, IP65 certified exterior that gives system designers the option of installing the terminal either indoors or outdoors.

Additionally, the terminal features extensive communication interfaces including TCP/IP, RS485, Wiegand and USB.

BioStation 2 is a perfect extension to the BioStar 2, Suprema’s recently released web-based open security platform that seamlessly integrates biometric technology with an enhanced security solution.

The terminal supports a comprehensive API library to allow integrators to build a single unified security solution as well as an extension framework to allow developers to bring additional functionality directly into BioStar 2.

“I envision BioStation 2 as the beginning of a new era in biometrics,” said Young S. Moon, VP of Suprema Inc. “Recent advancements in technology have redefined the limits of a biometric terminal. A single terminal can offer the benefits of biometrics for a small office to a metropolitan area such as Miami. BioStation 2’s potential is fully realized through BioStar 2. BioStar 2 will serves as a core for the Suprema’s future ecosystem.”

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