SmartMetric to release dual purpose cybersecurity and access ID biometric card
SmartMetric reports it is on-track to complete production of its dual purpose cybersecurity and access ID biometric card by the end of September.
The new dual purpose security card uses a secure FIPS approved smartcard chip along with a short distance radio frequency transmitter for doorway and building access. The card is activated by the person’s fingerprint. It also has a green and red LED light that can be used to provide biometric verification when the card is being used as an ID card.
“Combining both cyber access and secure access into the one card has required a tremendous effort from our engineering team …,” explained SmartMetric’s President and CEO Chaya Hendrick. “This has also required continued advances in our super thin electronic component development to create such an advanced multi-function biometric card as thin as a credit card.”
The SmartMetric biometric security card has a built-in rechargeable battery along with advanced miniature electronic componentry mounted on a thin electronic circuit board. SmartMetric biometric card products have all been developed by the company and its team of electronics engineers.
SmartMetric recently announced that it had successfully completed the production of its new advanced designed electronic circuit board that allows the company to use the same electronic board to make up to five different kinds of biometric cards.