Green Bit sees market recognition grow after first place wins at the IARPA N2N Fingerprint Challenge
Green Bit reports an exceptional response from the market following its two first place wins in the IARPA Nail-to-Nail Fingerprint Challenge which took place in September 2017.
Green Bit received first prize for Latent Accuracy awarded for the best N2N latent matching and for Gallery Accuracy for the best N2N matching performance and compliant with at least 90% of data captured with all data acquired in less than eight minutes.
According to the announcement, NIST will soon be releasing the official data captured during the N2N challenge.
Nadia Reid, VP of Sales and Business Development for the Green Bit USA subsidiary branch, represented the Green Bit team at the N2N challenge. The team used their DactyScan40i hardware scanner and software in the challenge to showcase their technology.
“With Green Bit’s exceptional performance outcomes we have seen positive feedback from the market which has resulted in a further increase in our sales since our first place announcement wins,” commented Reid. “The results outcomes represented, also show Green Bit’s matching accuracy being above the FBI baseline which is an exceptional outcome. As an organization we are committed to continuous research and development to address our customers’ needs in ultimately providing technology to make this world a safer place.”
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