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Integrated Biometrics debuts Danno fingerprint sensor at ID4Africa

Integrated Biometrics debuts Danno fingerprint sensor at ID4Africa

Integrated Biometrics continues to grow its line of low-power LES-based fingerprint scanners with its newest product Danno making its global debut at the ID4Africa meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa this week.

Weighing in at less than 25 grams and just 7mm thick, Danno is the world’s smallest FAP-30, FBI-certified sensor. Built on Integrated Biometrics’ patented LES film makes it impervious to environmental and operational factors that glass prism-based scanners are. According to the announcement, Danno’s low power consumption, compact size and light weight make it the ideal solution to the growing global demand for biometric fingerprint identification.

“Mobile fingerprint scanners with low power consumption eliminates the need for constant recharging, as well as for having to carry or change batteries in the field,” explains Stephen Thies, CEO of Integrated Biometrics. “Danno is exactly what the market has been clamoring for. Mobility is the future of biometric identification, and our LES film is unmatched in facilitating high-productivity, low-power mobility at competitive cost.”

“Our integrator partners are already designing Danno into innovative mobile solutions for various applications,” adds David Gerulski, EVP, Integrated Biometrics. “They’ve experienced the benefits of integrating our LES-based sensors – durability, low maintenance, low cost, ease of use. Adding ‘lowest power consumer’ to that has cemented Danno as the most compelling choice.”

ID4Africa officially starts tomorrow but biometrics companies have been previewing details of their participation in the fifth annual meeting for a couple of weeks.

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