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Aware Celebrates Fifteen Years of Innovation and Leadership in the Biometrics Industry

Demonstrations at Biometrics Technology Expo will highlight a broad array of biometric enrollment software tools and service-oriented middleware

BEDFORD, Mass., Sept. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Aware, Inc. (Nasdaq: AWRE), a global provider of imaging and biometrics software, today celebrates its long history of success in providing high-quality, innovative software products to the biometrics industry. Aware will demonstrate a comprehensive suite of products in their booth (#501) at the 2007 Biometrics Technology Expo, which takes place in conjunction with the Biometrics Consortium Conference from September 11th through 13th in Baltimore. In 1992, Aware played a vital role in developing and commercializing image compression technology used to create digital versions of the fingerprint images that make up the FBI's IAFIS fingerprint database for background checks, which now contains over fifty million records. Over the years, Aware consistently expanded its product line in anticipation of new market requirements and applications, such as e-passports, employee credentials, and border management systems. Today, Aware offers among the most comprehensive offerings of client- and server-based biometrics software available in the marketplace, backed by a level of technical support that serves as a benchmark in the industry.

"As a veteran of the biometrics industry, Aware is able to provide software products that incorporate lessons learned over many years of deployments with hundreds of customers in a wide variety of applications and environments," commented David Benini, Aware's director of product marketing. "We remain committed as ever to leveraging our unique expertise towards development of high-quality, reliable software products, and we look forward to contributing to the many future successes of biometrics industry to come."

Aware will be highlighting several products at the event, including Aware's Biometric Services Platform (BioSP(TM))

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