SecuGen featuring new Bluetooth fingerprint reader at CES
SecuGen announced it will be showcasing its new Unity 20 fully programmable Bluetooth fingerprint reader at the 2019 CES exhibition in Las Vegas in early January.
The biometric reader features SecuGen’s U20 fingerprint sensor with Bluetooth capability that allows it to securely transfer fingerprint data wirelessly to a smartphone, tablet, or PC. It can be used as a mobile fingerprint reader or at a workstation as a traditional desktop reader.
The Unity 20 Bluetooth can be used right out of the box or be custom programmed. It features a complete Linux development environment, SecuGen’s onboard fingerprint capture and NIST MINEX-compliant template extraction and matching algorithms, the OpenSSL cryptography library and a 1 GHz CPU. It can also store encrypted fingerprint templates and process them in a closed environment without ever leaving the device.
According to the announcement, the Unity 20 Bluetooth fingerprint reader is priced for large scale deployments.