Suprema to showcase 'world's slimmest FAP20 fingerprint scanner' at SDW 2017

26/06/17

South Korean biometrics and ID solutions firm Suprema has announced that the company will showcase BioMini Slim 2, the World's slimmest fingerprint authentication scanner at next generation identity solutions event SDW 2017.

The industry-leading event will again be held at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London, from 26-28 June 2017.

Suprema will be showcasing new additions to the company's fingerprint scanner line-up specifically tailored to ID card authentication applications.

Along with its world's slimmest (16mm), high definition optical sensor, the new BioMini Slim 2 features Suprema's proprietary Multi-dynamic Range (MDR) technology, FBI PIV/FIPS 201/Mobile ID FAP20 compliance and Android device support.

In a statement, the company said the new BioMini Slim 2 is based on Suprema's 2nd generation optical structure and device platform, adding that the product provides developers with more flexibility with a reduced form factor.

BioMini Slim 2 also features Suprema's advanced anti-spoofing LFD (Live Fingeprint Detection) and MDR technology that allows capturing high quality fingerprint images even under direct sunlight up to 100,000 LUX.

"Since the successful introduction of BioMini Slim 2 on December 2016, we made strategic partnership with a number of leading ID solution providers in US and EU countries. Now, with the official release of BioMini Slim 2 series scanners, we are looking forward to addressing our strategic partner's demand with its small-form-factor design, unrivaled image quality and user-convenient supports on various platforms," said Bogun Park, Managing Director at Suprema ID.

Suprema will present full demonstration of BioMini Slim 2 scanner at SDW2017. To experience more on BioMini Slim 2, please contact us to book a demo or visit Suprema stand (#B16) at SDW 2017.
 

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