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Suprema ID announces biometric fingerprint scanner integration into AMREL tablets

BioMini Slim 3 FAP30 integrated into 8’’ and 10’’ tablets


Suprema ID has announced the integration of its BioMini Slim 3 FAP30 biometric fingerprint scanner within three rugged tablet models from AMREL.

Based in California, U.S, AMREL specializes in the manufacturing of mobile biometrics and rugged solutions.

Following the new partnership with Suprema ID, AMREL is going to integrate the BioMini Slim 3 within the ARKLITE SR-MB86, the BioSense AT80B, and the BIOPTIX PA5B tablets.

“With Suprema ID’s low-profile fingerprint scanners, we were able to quickly integrate and adapt to various models of our mobile biometrics line,” said Kalvin Chen, VP Operations of AMREL.

Through the collaboration, AMREL will keep expanding its offering to new sectors.

“Mobile ID is rapidly growing and we have broadened our mobile ID solutions from government, law enforcement, security to finance, physical access, time and attendance,” Chen added.

The first two are both 8-inch screen tablets, but ARKLITE SR-MB86 is semi-rugged, while the BioSense AT80B features high durability with IP67 and MIL-STD 810G certifications.

The BIOPTIX PA5B tablet is also fully-rugged, featuring IP65 and MIL-STD 810G standards, but in a 10’’ screen format.

All three models have a built-in Suprema ID’s BioMini Slim 3 fingerprint scanner, which offers a large fingerprint sensing area to capture high-quality fingerprint images.

The scanner also features a liveness detection algorithm function based on deep learning and called Fake Finger Detection, designed to detect biometric spoofing attacks.

“Mobile identification continues to be one of the fast-growing applications in biometrics,” explained Suprema ID CEO Bogun Park. “Through our relationship with AMREL, we will be able to extend the full benefits of our BioMini range fingerprint scanners to more customers worldwide.”

This is not the first time Suprema ID and AMREL collaborate on biometric solutions. Last year, the companies worked together on a smartphone module intended for mobile identification by police forces.

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