Green Bit previewing new mobile biometric scanner at connect:ID

Green Bit will be previewing a working prototype sample of its new 4-4-2 mobile TFT biometric scanner MiScan50 next week at connect:ID 2018 in Washington, DC.

The fingerprint device and technology vendor said the FAP 50 certifiable scanner includes a 3.2 by 2-inch capture surface and is only 15.5mm thick to meet requirements for mobile and low-power applications. The MiScan50 features the TFT based sensor and is supported by Green Bit’s free universal MultiScan SDK compatible with all its scanner products, that operate on Microsoft Windows, Linux Ubuntu and Fedora distributions.

An OEM version will also be available and suitable for embedding into virtually any device including even small hand-held devices. The MiScan50 meets the needs for both enrolment and verification applications common in international standards-based mobile government and financial services programs.

“The market approached us with the significant challenge of developing a much smaller mobile version solution offering to that of our popular optical scanners to be used for mobile type applications,” explained Sergio Rainero COO of Green Bit. “The hard work has really paid off and the MiScan50 can now fulfil the purpose it was designed for.”

The MiScan50 is scheduled to be available to the market in Q4 2018.

Green Bit has been demonstrating several new live scan readers for law enforcement and civil ID applications at ID4Africa this week in Abuja, Nigeria.

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