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Suprema bringing BioMini Slim 2 fingerprint scanner to SDW

Suprema bringing BioMini Slim 2 fingerprint scanner to SDW

Suprema will be showcasing its BioMini Slim 2 fingerprint authentication scanner this week at SDW 2017.

The company launched the BioMini Slim 2 at Trustech last year, and has since made successful introductions of what it calls the “world’s slimmest” optical scanner at ID4Africa and connect:ID.

The BioMini Slim 2 packs FBI PIV, FIPS 201 and Mobile ID FAP20 compliant fingerprint scanning capabilities into that slim form factor. It also features Suprema’s proprietary Multi-Dynamic Range (MDR) technology, IP65 waterproof and weatherproof durability for outside use, and advanced software-powered Live Finger Detection (LFD). By delivering anti-spoofing technology with software, rather than the hardware approaches used by many other fingerprint technology companies, Suprema is able to maintain the mobile-friendly form factor of the BioMini Slim 2, as well as its low cost.

“Since the successful introduction of BioMini Slim 2 on December 2016, we made strategic partnerships with a number of leading ID solution providers in US and EU countries,” explained Bogun Park, managing director at Suprema ID. “Now, with the official release of BioMini Slim 2 series scanners, we are looking forward to addressing our strategic partner’s demand with its small-form-factor design, unrivaled image quality and user-convenient supports on various platforms.”

For more information about the BioMini Slim 2 and Suprema, read our exclusive interview with Head of Sales John Lee from the expo hall of ID4Africa 2017 in Windhoek, Namibia where he discusses the development of the market, identity ecosystems and trends in fingerprint technology.

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