Jenetric optical fingerprint device image quality certified by BSI

The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has certified the high image quality of Jenetric’s Livetouch Quattro as meeting the strict Technical Guideline TR-03121 for biometrics in sovereign applications.

The certification signals public administrations that the Livetouch Quattro provides the standardized and consistent high image quality required for fingerprint capture and comparison by registration offices, police, or foreign ministries, the company says in the announcement.

“Jenetric pursues a clear goal: the highest image quality combined with the simplest operation of fingerprint scanners,” says Jenetric CEO Roberto Wolfer. “After our fingerprint scanner was the first device based on the innovative optical TFT technology to be certified by the FBI in 2015, we are pleased the BSI has further confirmed the high image quality of the new technology.”

The Livetouch Quattro guides users through the capture process without requiring assistance from civil servants, according to Jenetric.

The company is also seeking BSI certification for modules and mobile products using its optical TFT technology, such as the Livetouch Quattro Mobile it introduced at FedID 2017.

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