SecuGen featuring new Bluetooth fingerprint reader and sensor at GSX 2018
SecuGen will be showcasing its soon to be released Unity Bluetooth fingerprint reader and the U20-ASF-BT OEM Bluetooth sensor at the Global Security Exchange expo in Las Vegas this month.
The Unity Bluetooth fingerprint reader is a low cost, fully programmable Bluetooth fingerprint reader that developers can program right out of the box with SecuGen’s Fingerprint Management System (FMS) API or from scratch. The Unity Bluetooth reader offers a complete Linux development environment, SecuGen’s onboard fingerprint capture, template extraction and matching SDK, and a 1 GHz CPU. It is designed for either field or desktop use.
The U20-ASF-BT OEM Bluetooth sensor backs the Unity Bluetooth fingerprint reader and is available to hardware vendors for integration into their own products.
“The Unity Bluetooth reader … breaks the mold and is a stunning device with a slim, sleek white case, a single button and three small LEDs,” commented Jeff Brown, VP of Ssales and marketing for SecuGen. “Our team has been able to do this while keeping the price of the product very low.”
“The Unity Bluetooth and U20-ASF-BT are breakthrough products that maintain our dedication to quality,” added Dan Riley, VP of Engineering. “They are not only well engineered and versatile but very affordable, and the finished Unity Bluetooth fingerprint reader is truly a beautiful product.”