|Tuesday, 2 February 2010, 10:16 HKT/SGT|
SEOUL, KOREA, Feb 2, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Suprema, Inc. (KQ: 094840), a global leader in biometrics and identification solutions, announced today that the company's latest RealScan-F palm-print live scanner received certification from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for the agency's Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) Image Quality Specification (IQS) Appendix F standards.
|Suprema RealScan-F Live Scanner|
FBI IQS standard certification for livescan devices and systems is mandatory for the purpose of FBI, US Ministry of Justice and most other countries' government procurements.
The RealScan-F features fast image processing, clear image quality and suitability for integration to Police and Criminal booking stations as well as in mobile operations. The company claims that the RealScan-F has the world's fastest image scan rate using powerful internal DSP and image processing software. The device is also the world's lightest weight and smallest footprint palm-print livescan device to-date and it is designed for capturing 6 different formats such as palm-print, writers' palm, four-finger slaps, two & single finger flats and single rolls.
RealScan-F provides a number of user-friendly features including a 2.4" color LCD screen, sound & customizable voice instruction, USB 2.0 data transfer, on-device control keypad and pedal switch. When it comes to mobile operation, the device offers excellent portability with its compact and lightweight (5.4 kg (11.9lbs)) design and 12Vdc car power supply.
"RealScan-F has been engineered to meet the high-level requirements required for forensic applications which generally demand fast & high quality image capturing combined with mobility for field use. We developed the RealScan-F based on our in-depth expertise in biometric image processing technology, and also from our years of experience providing AFIS solutions and palm-print live scanner to the national police agencies of Japan, Korea and others." said Young S. Moon, Vice President at Suprema.
The company now has an extensive product line-up of FBI certified live scanners from palm-print, ten fingerprints and dual fingerprints and it has recently won a number of government projects in the US, Europe, India and Brazil.
About the IAFIS IQS
The IAFIS IQS specifies the data acquisition standards for the fingerprint portion of the virtual fingerprint card, such as modulation transfer function (MTF) and signal-to-noise ratio. The MTF measures how much of the fingerprint data can be acquired; reflects the quality of the optics, the scanner detectors and the analog to digital converters. The IQS also specifies quality thresholds for display devices (printers and CRTS) for the fingerprint data. IQS standards for printers and other display devices are mandatory for the purposes of FBI procurements.
Suprema is a leading global provider of access control, time & attendance and biometrics solutions. By combining world renowned biometric algorithms with superior engineering, Suprema has introduced innovations to the security industry over the last decades. Suprema's extensive range of portfolio includes biometric access control systems, time & attendance solutions, fingerprint live scanners, mobile authentication solutions and embedded fingerprint modules. Suprema is named the world's top 50 security manufacturers and has worldwide sales network in over 140 countries with no.1 market share in biometric access control in EMEA region. For more information on Suprema, visit www.supremainc.com, or email [email protected]
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