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Integrated Biometrics stellt Sherlock vor - die weltweit leichtesten, dünnsten und kleinsten Appendix F Mobile ID-Fingerabdrucksensoren
Date:12/7/2012

SPARTANBURG, South Carolina, 7. Dezember 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Biometrics, LLC (IB) gab heute mit der FBI-Zertifizierung seiner neuesten Fingerabdrucktechnologie einen weiteren technologischen Durchbruch bekannt. Das Entwicklungsteam von IB stellte das neue Produkt unter Verwendung der LES-Technologie (Light Emitting Sensor) in Kombination mit einem Dünnfilmtransistor (Thin Film Transistor, TFT) her. Die LES-Technologie verwendet einen hochtechnischen, geladenen Polymerfilm, der mit den spezifischen Eigenschaften der menschlichen Haut interagiert, um Abbildungen von Fingerabdrücken auszuleuchten. Der TFT erfasst die Darstellung gemäß den 500PPI-Standardanforderungen des FBI. Die Kombination aus LES-Technologie und Dünnfilmtransistor (TFT) ermöglicht Größen- und Gewichtsreduzierungen von bis zu 95 % im Vergleich zu anderen Produkten mit identischen Funktionen.

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IB stellt maßgeschneiderte Fingerabdrucksensoren für Märkte her, die biometrische Lösungen nach Appendix F oder PIV071006 benötigen und ist mit dieser Technologie anders als mit anderen häufig eingesetzten biometrischen Fingerabdrucktechnologien in der Lage, qualitativ hochwertige Bilder ohne Kompromisse bei Gerätedicke und -größe zu erzielen. Dank dieser Fähigkeit konnte der erste TFT-Sensor der Welt mit Appendix F Mobile ID-Zertifizierung des FBI hergestellt werden.

Die Technologien werden eingesetzt, um die dünnsten, kleinsten und leichtesten biometrischen Appendix F Mobile ID-Sensoren zu produzieren.

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Integrated Biometrics mit Sitz in Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA, wurde 2002 als alternative Lösung zu den gebräuchlichen optischen und Silikontechnologien gegründet. Unser st
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