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Global Biometrics and Border Control Award for DERMALOG
Date:5/16/2013

te end-to-end solutions but also frequently works in cooperation with local system integrators.

The Biometric Middleware is an integral part of the system that enables quick and easy integration into existing software architectures for professional results. The are no limits on system scalability - depending on the country and population size, anything from large-scale deployments to small installations are possible.

In addition to national border control systems and biometric personal identification and passports, DERMALOG's technology is also being used for fingerprint payment (FingerPayment), as part of automated banking machines (ATM) as well as inside banks at the counter, and also, of course, for biometric authentication to access computer systems. DERMALOG's mission is to continue making its technology faster and easier to use while further enhancing security.

DERMALOG Identification Systems GmbH, based in Hamburg, is one of the world's leading biometric identification companies and the largest biometrics manufacturer in Germany. The company's team of top scientists and IT experts is continuously developing new and innovative products. The product portfolio ranges from highly-advanced biometric border checkpoint identification systems and secure biometric ID cards to the new FingerLogin and FingerPayment solutions. In addition to Germany and Europe, DERMALOG's key markets include Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

DERMALOG has supplied over 20,000 fingerprint scanners to Germany's national registration offices and immigration authorities. The devices are being used to embed fingerprints in the country's new electronic passports, ID cards, and residency permits. An additional 70,000 fingerprint scanners have now be
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