SecuGen U20 fingerprint sensor integrated into Laxton biometric tablet
Laxton has integrated the SecuGen U20 fingerprint sensor into its Chameleon multi-modal biometric tablet, providing a rugged, FBI-certified Mobile ID FAP 20 sensor for the configurable product line.
Chameleon is Laxton’s flagship product line, including biometric handheld, tablet, and desktop devices, designed to provide rapid and seamless biometric and biographic data capture for a range of identity registration, authentication, and know-your-customer (KYC) requirements in diverse environments.
“We selected the SecuGen sensor because of our insistence on using only the highest quality components in our products,” says Nelson Pereira, president of the Americas for Laxton. “Additionally, we were looking for a sensor that is priced for larger scale deployments, and so the U20 sensor was the perfect choice. We are very pleased with the resulting integration.”
SecuGen provides free 1:1 SDKs for Windows, Android, and Linux to assist developers with integration. The company also recently launched an SDK Plugin for Citrix to enable fingerprint applications in remote desktop environments.
Jeff Brown, VP of Sales for SecuGen, calls the Chameleon “feature rich, extremely versatile and very well designed.”
Won Lee, SecuGen CEO, adds, “We share a similar commitment to quality, cost, and adaptability with Laxton. Therefore, it has been a delight to partner and work with a world leader like Laxton on this versatile range of hand-helds, tablets and desktop devices.”
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