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Grabba receives technology innovation award at Homeland Security Week

 

Grabba International Pty Ltd announced it has received the ‘Technology Innovation of the Year’ award at Homeland Security Week 2015.

The recognition comes on the heels of Grabba winning a US$2 million contract to roll out a second stage pilot project at 10 U.S. international airports as part of the Biometric Exit (BE) Mobile Experiment.

Grabba’s line of data capture devices include three different models: the S-Series, NCage-Series and Q-Series.

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The devices are able to perform data capturing, verification, or transaction processing. Additionally, there are compatible with a range of technologies, including barcode scanners, card and passport readers, Rfid read/write, fingerprint readers, and signature capture.

Grabba devices support various smartphone and tablet models, including Apple iPhone 5, 5S, 6 and 6 Plus; iPod Touch 5th and 6th Gen.; Samsung Galaxy S5, S6 and Xcover 3; and Samsung Note 3 and 4.

Grabba conducted a video demonstration of its data capture device, this week at Biometrics2015 in London.

Previously reported, BI2 Technologies and Grabba International Pty Ltd have signed a joint licensing and marketing agreement to develop and offer mobile biometric identification, data capture and verification devices.

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