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Suprema fingerprint module integrated in new rugged tablet PC from BioRugged


Suprema announced its SFU-S20 fingerprint module is now integrated in the new BioWolf LE, a rugged tablet PC from BioRugged.

SFU-S20 is a FBI PIV and FAP20 certified USB fingerprint scanner protected by IP65-rated rugged structure, featuring a slim optical sensor with a large platen size and advanced LFD (Live Finger Detection) technology.

BioWolf LE is a rugged and versatile biometric tablet PC developed for applications including voter registration, logistics, healthcare, industrial protection and banking. Along with fingerprint authentication, BioWolf LE provides a variety of specialized features including RFID, NFC, Mifare compliant, fingerprint sensor and full connectivity suite 2G, 3G and 4G.

BioWolf LE has been selected for number of public and commercial projects including SIM card registration in African countries.

“We are very excited about the newly launched BioWolf LE, a truely versatile and rugged tablet PC secured by best fingerprint technology available today,” said Hof Retief, CEO at BioRugged. “The BioWolf LE was built for various applications in mobile environment, and thanks to Suprema, adding high-precision fingerprint sensor and the convenience and security of biometrics is a core advantage of the product.”

“BioRugged is our strategic partner and, at Suprema, we are proud of SFU-S20 USB fingerprint module being featured on this new BioWolf LE tablet PC,” said Bogun Park, executive director at Suprema. “We look forward to working together on future innovations and will strive to deliver highest-standard biometrics for BioRugged’s customers.”

Suprema will showcase its range of biometric identification solutions at ID4Africa 2017, to be held in Namibia from April 26-28.

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