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Suprema integrates RealScan fingerprints with secunet biomiddle to supply border control market

 

The full line of best-selling RealScan Series fingerprint scanners from Suprema ID have been integrated with secunet biomiddle to enable their modular use in various biometric and eID applications, according to a company announcement.

Secunet biomiddle provides functions for biometric and eID applications through a single interface, and biometric hardware and software components are embedded and used by secunet biomiddle through an integrated BioAPI 2.1 framework, in compliance with ISO/IEC 19784-1. Client applications are communicated with via a SOAP interface, making the middleware independent of system platforms and programming languages. Suprema says this makes secunet biomiddle, which is already used in many regulatory and border control projects, quick and easy to integrate into existing infrastructures.

“It is our great pleasure having achieved integration of our proven Fingerprint Live Scanners into the secunet biomiddle, a reliable platform for many opportunities that are currently ongoing,” comments Suprema ID CEO Bogun Park. “With its award-winning live fingerprint detection based on deep-learning and versatile performances offering Multi-OS (operating system) for various environments, it is expected that we could join various global projects simultaneously such as the Biometrics based EU Entry-Exit System (EES) for Stronger and Smarter Borders for the European Union using secunet biomiddle that is recognized internationally as the reference implementation and preferred architecture for the use of biometrics in connection with official ID documents.”

Suprema will be showcasing a wide range of partner products featuring its ultra-slim FAP20 and FAP30 biometric scanners at Trustech next week.

Secunet recently reported a major increase in revenue through the first three quarter of 2019 on higher product sales.

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