NEC launches SmartScan

10/08/16

NEC Corporation of America (NEC) has announced that it is introducing SmartScan, a multi-modal biometric capture solution targeted at civil departments and law enforcement agencies.

According to NEC, livescan stations today suffer from being obsolete, having a clunky design, an outdated user interface, lack of security features and are difficult to support and maintain.  It says that SmartScan has a modern user interface and intuitive screen using Microsoft Windows 10 with modern touch, pinch-and-zoom and swipe features now common on all devices. It is housed in a height adjustable, ergonomically designed kiosk with larger foot pedals for improved fingerprint and palmprint capture. It also includes enhanced security measures protect SmartScan from intrusion and malware attacks. 

“We are very excited and proud to further expand our portfolio and introduce SmartScan to the market,” said Raffie Beroukhim, senior vice president, Biometrics Solutions Division, NEC Corporation of America. “As the global leader, we listened to our customers and developed a solution like no other addressing their user-friendliness, security and long term support requirements.  SmartScan delivers breakthrough ergonomics, intuitive software, a user friendly operating system and efficient multi-modal biometric accurate image capture in any environment. Our forward looking technology, easy update modules backed by our industry-leading, comprehensive support services and global footprint ensure a sound investment for customers for a very long time.”

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