|Thursday, 18 April 2019, 16:00 HKT/SGT|
SEOUL, S.KOREA, Apr 18, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - Suprema ID, a leading global provider of biometrics and ID solutions, announced that the company's RealScan-G10 and RealScan-D series scanners were now compatible with Android for greater mobility.
Developed for increasing demand for mobile fingerprinting, the new Android solution allows greater mobility and solves limitation in power supply when used in outdoors. For enrollment kits, size has been reduced dramatically by replacing larger laptops with compact mobile device such as tablets and smartphones, In addition, the new Android solution also supports core technologies including 'Machine Learning Live Fingerprint Detection' and 'Multi Dynamic Range' without any compromise in enrollment performance.
"It is our great pleasure to introduce another advance in image processing performance on the Android platform that allows our customers greater mobility with minimum constraint. Suprema ID will keep elevating its core-values in software by providing customers with easier and faster integration to their existing applications," said Bogun Park, CEO at Suprema ID.
Suprema ID will be showcasing full demonstrations of the new Android-compatible RealScan-G10 and RealScan-D scanners at ConnectID 2019 show in Washington, DC running April 30 and May 1, 2019.
About Suprema ID
Suprema ID is a leading global provider of biometrics and ID solutions. By combining the world's renowned biometric algorithm with superior engineering, Suprema ID continually designs and develops industry-leading products and solutions. Suprema ID's range includes fingerprint enrollment scanners, fingerprint authentication scanners, fingerprint embedded modules and ePassport readers. Suprema has provided national ID projects in 20 countries, for more than 1 billion people using Suprema ID fingerprinting technology. See www.suprema-id.com.
Head of Marketing, Suprema Inc.
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