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Mobile Communication Market Opens up for Biometrics - Precise Biometrics Awarded 1st Prize at GSMA World Mobile Congress
Date:2/21/2009

LUND, Sweden, February 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Precise Biometrics came in first place in the global SIMagine competition, held annually at the GSMA World Mobile Congress - the world's largest event for mobile communication. The awarded mobile aviation solution is based on Precise Match-on-SIM(TM) and enables fast-lane service using fingerprint recognition and mobile phones.

SIMagine is a global competition focusing on new innovative solutions for mobile communication and Java cards. The competition is arranged by Gemalto, the world-leader in digital security, Sun Microsystems and Samsung. Last year, Precise Biometrics came in second place with their solution Precise Match-on-SIM(TM), which enables secure and easy authentication to any high value transaction using a mobile phone.

- "We are most pleased that the SIMagine jury once again awarded Precise Match-on-Card for mobile phones. This year, we take the technology one step further and demonstrate an entire solution for airline travel - how biometrics is utilized throughout the entire process of booking, check-in, boarding, and other services related to travel where authentication is needed The concept is based on our experience from the aviation industry and also developed in dialog with Scandinavian Airlines," says Jonas Andersson, Vice President of Business Development at Precise Biometrics.

Thomas Marschall, CEO at Precise Biometrics, congratulates his team and comments:

- "Last year's SIMagine award opened a lot of doors for us and defined one of our most important business development areas in the coming years; the mobile communications industry. As Match-on-Card is by nature tied to smart cards, and since the SIM card segment is close to 80% of the entire smart card market, this is where we want to be. To once again be among the finalists, and actually winning first prize, strengthens our offering and gives us valuable conta
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