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Suprema showcased fingerprint scanners at SDW 2018

 

Suprema ID presented full demonstrations of its BioMini series fingerprint authentication scanners and RealScan series FBI-certified fingerprint enrollment scanners at SDW 2018 this week in London.

According to the announcement, the new FAP20-compliant BioMini Slim 2S fingerprint scanner has a 1.0GHz CPU, provides high-speed extraction and matching on the device and supports true plug-n-play by featuring HID protocol which enables users to scan fingers immediately after physical connection of USB plug without any set-up or installation steps. BioMini Slim 2S also enables users to operate web-based applications from their mobile devices or PCs regardless of their OS type.

The rugged device is IP65-rated dust and water resistant and equipped with Suprema’s 500dpi slim optical sensor featuring advanced live fingerprint detection technology. The BioMini Slim 2S complies with FBI PIV/FIPS201 and mobile ID FAP20 certifications and enables users to capture fingerprints under harsh environmental conditions as well as direct sunlight up to 100,000 LUX.

“The new BioMini Slim 2S is designed to provide the best reliable fingerprint authentication performance over dynamic environments such as outdoor and mobile situations. At Suprema ID, our commitment is focused to ensure consistent performance and usability over dynamic environments,” said Bogun Park, CEO at Suprema ID.

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