Crossmatch to preview compact single fingerprint reader at connect:ID

Crossmatch announced it will preview the NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader during the connect:ID 2018 conference in Washington, DC next week.

According to the announcement, the NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader is a FAP 30 PIV single fingerprint reader that utilizes a capacitive thin-film transistor sensor for outdoor and bright ambient light performance and is not impacted by tattooed or stained fingers. The device connects to a range of mobile computing devices and can be easily shared or swapped as use cases demand. And unlike fingerprint sled devices, the 30 Pocket Reader won’t be obsolete when a mobile phone model changes.

“The NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader represents in-field identification and verification flexibility that is astonishingly compact, adaptable and affordable,” noted John Hinmon, vice president of global marketing for Crossmatch. “Bundled with our ArcID Mobile application on a smart device, the 30 Pocket Reader offers reliable PIV level identity assurance for law enforcement, government and banking applications.”

The NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader is 95mm by 45mm by 8.5mm. Distinctive blue landing lights offer intuitive user prompts and haptic feedback signals the operator of a successful print capture.

Orders for engineering samples are currently being accepted and production is scheduled for mid-summer 2018.

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