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Integrated Biometrics Apresenta Sherlock, o Menor, Mais Leve e Fino Sensor Appendix F Mobile ID
Date:12/6/2012

SPARTANBURG, Carolina do Sul, 6 de dezembro de  2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A Integrated Biometrics, LLC (IB) anuncia hoje outro ineditismo tecnológico com a certificação pelo FBI de sua novíssima tecnologia para impressões digitais. A equipe de desenvolvimento da IB criou o novo produto usando a tecnologia patenteada da empresa, Light Emitting Sensor (LES), junto com um transistor de película fina (TFT). A tecnologia LES utiliza uma altamente elaborada película de polímero interagindo com propriedades específicas da pele humana para imagens luminescentes de impressões digitais. A TFT captura a imagem no padrão 500PPI, exigido pelo FBI. A combinação da tecnologia LES e do transistor de película fina (TFT) permite reduções de peso e imagem de até 95%, quando comparada a outros produtos servindo ao mesmo propósito.

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A IB fornece sensores de impressão digital customizados para mercados exigindo soluções biométricas Appendix F ou PIV071006 e, diferente de outras comumente usadas tecnologias biométricas de impressão digital, ela é capaz de alcançar a mais alta qualidade de imagens sem comprometer o a espessura e o tamanho total do aparelho. Esta capabilidade única produziu o primeiro sensor do mundo com base em TFT a alcançar a certificação de identidade móvel Appendix F Mobile ID, do FBI.

As tecnologias estão sendo usadas para produzir os mais finos, menores e leves sensores biométricos Appendix F Mobile ID.  

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Sediada em Spartanburg, Carolina do Sul, a Integrated Biometrics foi fundada em 2002 como uma solução alternativa para as comumente usadas tecnologias ótica e de silicone. Nosso time estável
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