CardLogix launches tablet for mobile multi-modal biometric verification and enrollment

CardLogix launches tablet for mobile multi-modal biometric verification and enrollment

CardLogix Corporation has launched a tablet for instant identity verification through multiple biometric modalities and high-security smart card technology, which it says is offered at prices 70 percent lower than comparable products.

The BIOSID mobile identity solution scans face, fingerprint, and iris biometrics, as well as signatures. It communicates with contact and contactless smart cards storing AES-encrypted biometric data for 1:1 matching, while biographical data, photo ID, signature, and other digital information display onscreen for visual inspection. The tablet can also be used for mobile enrollment, with biometric and biographic data either written directly to the smart card or sent to a remote cloud server.

“Competitive pricing, a highly durable and compact design, multi-modal biometrics, and endless customization options are just some of the features that set BIOSID apart from the competition,” comments CardLogix President and CEO Sebastien Goulet.

The tablet is rated IP67 for waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, and drop-resistant durability, and is appropriate for use in any environment with low weight, and connections by Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GSM cellular services, according to the announcement.

“The combination of digital authentication, biometric matching, and visual inspection with smart cards ensures highest-accuracy identity verification,” adds CardLogix Director of Sales Tom Hope. “With BIOSID, officers and guards can guarantee that a subject is who he or she claims to be with an easy-to-handle device from any location.”

BIOSID Verify can be purchased with or without BIOSID Enroll, and the hardware, software, and smart cards can be customized by CardLogix to meet the needs of customers in government, enterprise, healthcare, retail, events, or schools.

Both BioRugged and Laxton launched durable multimodal biometric tablets late in 2018.

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