Dermalog matches 3.6 billion fingerprints per second in testing

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Dermalog says it has set a new biometric speed record by matching 3.6 billion fingerprints per second in recent testing by SGS-TÜV Saar.

SGS-TÜV Saar tested Dermalog’s identification solution according to ISO/IEC 19795-1 international standards, and certified the results.

“These tests prove that our innovations are leading in all essential biometric recognition methods,” says DERMALOG CEO Günther Mull. “The results are also an appropriate answer to the growing demands in the field of biometric identification, which requires increasingly larger amounts of data to be processed in the shortest possible time.”

Dermalog face and iris matching technologies were also found to have outstanding performance in the tests, according to the announcement. The company’s high-speed matching and multimodal ABIS provide simultaneous matching of fingerprints, palm prints, facial features and iris patterns for improved accuracy.

New technologies such as artificial intelligence are speeding up biometric systems, as shown by Kneron’s recent report that it can unlock entry-level smartphones with facial recognition in 0.2 seconds, and Neurotechnology’s deduplication of records for 46.5 million voters in the DRC in less than two months.

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