Cross Match demos mobile biometric and credential reading device at BCC
Cross Match Technologies has revealed plans to demo its suite of credential reading options available on the company’s SEEK Avenger mobile handheld device.
The demos will take place during the Biometric Consortium Conference (BCC) taking place this week in Tampa, Florida. The SEEK Avenger handheld device is designed to provide immigration, customs, border control, law enforcement and security personnel with a robust, portable and assured identification solution. In addition to its biometric capabilities, the SEEK device also incorporates a smart card reader with options to read and validate all ICAO electronic travel documents.
SEEK Avenger launched in May and supports both fingerprint and stand-off dual iris image capture in direct sunlight. The device leverages biometric matching against a roster of 100,000 or an optional 250,000 recorded, onboard watch list entries from a device that weighs in at just 3.2 lbs.
Aware provides mobile biometric solution to US Navy
Aware Inc. has revealed that it will provide a mobile biometric solution as part of the Navy’s Identity Dominance program. Aware’s solution features a proprietary hardware-agnostic software application that can operate on third-party biometric capture devices. The application uses software APIs that are part of Aware’s COTS SDK product offerings, and provides a user interface designed specifically for use by military personnel in challenging environments. Aware is also providing the Navy with its Biometric Services Platform (BioSP), which will be used by the Navy to centrally manage and update the software on the deployed devices.
Aware will be demoing its suite of software products at the Biometrics Consortium Conference and Technology Expo this week in Tampa, Fla.
Digital Identification Solutions provides secure IDs for airport personnel
Digital Identification Solutions (DISO), has announced that a major international airport and its accompanying hubs has purchased the company’s EDIsecure XID 9300 printers as part of a larger credential issuance initiative.
The EDIsecure XID 9300 printer features high-quality retransfer printing technology along with magnetic stripe and contact chip encoding options. The airport system, which owns and operates three locations in California, cited irregularity and service issues with their current printers.
Precise Biometrics launches Tactivo ecosystem
Precise Biometrics announced plans for a global ecosystem of mobility applications that will be integrated with the company’s line of Tactivo mobile, smart card/biometric readers. The Tactivo product line of Smart Card and Fingerprint Readers authenticates the user of an iOS or Android device via their fingerprint or smart card credential, be it CAC, PIV, PIV-I or TWIC.
Precise Biometrics’ new ecosystem will include a variety of partnering solutions that each support strong authentication and will provide the following:
- Secure email access, signing and encryption
- Secure Verification of content from government issued smart cards
- Secure deployment of apps company-wide
- Secure workflow applications
- Application and network security