Crossmatch featuring new mobile fingerprint reader at Modernising Justice conference
Crossmatch announced it will be demonstrating the new NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader for mobile identification at next week’s Modernising Justice conference in London.
Designed for public safety related mobile ID and identity verification applications, the NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader connects to a range of mobile devices including phones, tablets and laptops and is easily shared or swapped as shifts change or use cases demand.
The NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader is 95mm by 45mm by 8.5mm and offers intuitive user prompts and haptic feedback to signal the operator of a successful fingerprint capture. The capacitive thin-film technology enables fingerprint collection in direct sunlight with no impact on image quality.
“The NOMAD 30 Pocket Reader offers an innovative approach to efficient, effective and economical identification and verification capabilities in the field,” said Andrew Griffiths, London-based regional sales manager for Crossmatch. “We are working with several partners who are integrating the NOMAD with Mobile ID application and communication solutions for local UK law enforcement.”