Integrated Biometrics (IB), a leading high-performance mobile biometric fingerprint sensor designer and manufacturer, announced recently that its patented Light Emitting Sensor (LES) film offers the central capability for the “IdentiFi” series of devices from SIC Biometrics, the industry’s first real mobile Wi-Fi-enabled biometric fingerprint devices.
ldentiFi is already used by Federal law enforcement and gives users a choice of an FAP-45 sensor for taking two-finger flat or single-fingerprint roll prints, or a FAP-50 sensor, which incorporates the ability to capture four fingers simultaneously. The IdentiFi-30 is the choice of users wanting fast single-print identification. The ldentiFi series’ secure on-board SSL Wi-Fi capability means users can rapidly and securely capture FBI-certified fingerprints using any mobile OS they want – Android, iOS, or Windows.
The devices are 100% compatible with AFIS and ABIS databases, and are small, lightweight, and sturdy, making them the ideal solution for the challenging circumstances of mobile law enforcement. IB’s patented LES sensor film means fingerprint scanners are not vulnerable to the effects of bright light (natural or artificial), and do not need the repeated cleanings or high levels of maintenance necessary in other fingerprint technologies.
The reception our IdentiFi series has received has been extremely enthusiastic, and we believe the impressive track record of Integrated Biometrics’ sensors has played a big role in that early success. Our customers require wireless identification products that are fast, efficient and capture high-quality prints the first time. We’re proud to be meeting those needs.
Eric Talbot, Founder and CEO, SIC Biometrics
Our LES film is a breakthrough product for the entire industry, and, as we predicted, has enabled a rapid expansion of new and unique identification applications. SIC’s IdentiFi series is a great example of how IB’s partners are using LES film-based products to create identification devices that meet and exceed the most stringent requirements of law enforcement stakeholders determined to put the most powerful and versatile products in the hands of their field agents.
David Gerulski, Executive Vice President, Integrated Biometrics