Datastrip DSVII-PA handheld biometric terminal simplifies on-the-spot verification of credentials
15 April, 2008
category: Biometrics, Government
The DSVII-PA biometric passport reader from Exton, Pa.-based Datastrip provides passport authentication for border crossing, immigration and travel applications requiring on-the-spot verification of travel documents.
The hand-held device authenticates ID cards by reading 2-D bar codes, OCR-B and contact/contactless chips. It supports an evolving list of ID document standards and applications, including Border Crossing, US-VISIT and Common Access Card. The 2-pound device includes a 600-dpi scanner for full-page passport imaging and a 508-dpi capacitive fingerprint sensor for instant verification of biometric passports.