CardLogix introduces multi-modal biometric card issuance solution
CardLogix Corporation has introduced a new line of out-of-the-box solutions to issue smart cards with biometric digital identities quickly and cost-effectively.
The IDBX Instant Biometric ID Card Issuance system streamlines biometric enrollment and smart card issuance at the desktop to minutes. According to the announcement, users can capture a person’s face, fingerprints, iris, signature and biographic information, encode and print that data to a contact or contactless smart card, then verify their digital identity at issuance. Subjects can be enrolled in-line at the point of issuance or from a remote location.
The company ships the complete system including all hardware and software in a pre-configured bundle that is ready to be used without the need for custom programming. IDBX system bundles include the choice of multi-modal biometric capture devices, a laptop equipped with enrollment, smart card personalization, and verification software, a choice of desktop printer with encoder and pre-configured contact and contactless smart cards with card reader. All hardware, software, and smart cards are fully customizable by CardLogix to meet unique requirements.
“Having a working off-the-shelf solution that can be delivered, demonstrated, and used right away is invaluable to those that need to get their system up and running fast and cost-effectively,” explains Tom Hope, director of sales at CardLogix.
“While large systems integrators are charging high prices for made-to-order solutions with long wait times, our system is pre-developed, saving customers at least $10,000 USD and several months of time for a single station system,” adds Nick Schooler, CardLogix technical sales manager.
CardLogix notes that the IDBX bundles are ideal for users that require a proof of concept and prefer a hands-on approach to evaluation with the ability to modify as requirements are discovered. Custom features and additional units can be purchased at any point after the initial order. The entire system is flexible. IDBX works out of the gate with multiple vendors for biometrics, ID card printers, end-use software applications, and hardware.