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Aratek introducing new biometric mobile terminal at Trustech 2018

 

Aratek announced that it will introduce MARSHALL, its latest biometric mobile terminal, this month at Trustech in Cannes, France. The company will also feature FBI-certified scanners and comprehensive biometric solutions.

According to the announcement, the MARSHALL biometric mobile terminal has a slim design, is easy to carry and operate with one hand. The device includes a wide range of MRZ, printer, fingerprint, facial, smart card reader, NFC and 2D barcode functions. The company notes MARSHALL is ideal for the law enforcement, telecom, civil ID, finance, education, POS and transportation sectors.

“(E)nabling strong authentication experiences for consumers is really at the heart of what we do,” said Michael Shao, Aratek Biometrics Technology CEO.

Last month Aratek showcased its biometric products and solutions at the 2018 Smart Cards Expo in New Delhi, India.

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