Fingerprint Cards adds new biometric sensor with smaller footprint for access control
Fingerprint Cards has upgraded its fingerprint authentication touch sensor portfolio for biometric access control to meet market demands, enable flexibility and deliver a smaller footprint, the company announced.
The new FPC1025 sensor is the fourth portfolio addition, and ensures the lowest power consumption and high biometric performance for secure user authentication, according to the announcement. The sensor is optimized for access devices with the smallest form factors in the market, the company says.
“Demand for biometrics in access control solutions is expanding and diversifying. With the further expansion of our portfolio, we are enabling those with even tighter design to enhance new products with market-leading biometric authentication technology,” said Michel Roig, Senior VP of Payments and Access at Fingerprint Cards, in a prepared statement. “By leveraging our expertise from the mobile world, we’re committed to tailoring our solutions to meet the power, cost and design challenges of the latest physical and logical access control use cases.”
Biometric security sensors from Fingerprint Cards were recently integrated with the crypto hardware wallet HASHWallet developed by CardLab and eSignus.