An endpoint protection and authentication solutions provider catering to government agencies, embedded-solution developers and enterprises, DigitalPersona will reveal fingerprint biometric solutions developed by the company at the Biometric Consortium Conference being held in Tampa, Florida.
DigitalPersona will demonstrate the U.are.U Fingerprint Reader and Civil ID biometric solutions along with a preview of the PIV-compliant and mobile identity solutions at the convention center from 27th to 29th September, 2011 at booth no 417. The Biometric Consortium Conference, supported by the National Security Agency and the National Institute of Standards and Technology will focus on the latest biometric technologies for identity management, defense, border crossing, homeland security and electronic commerce.
The Vice President – Marketing at DigitalPersona, Jum Fulton stated that the low cost, high volume manufacturing of the biometric solution has allowed the company to deliver over 300,000 fingerprint readers to various voting systems. DigitalPersona’s high volume manufacturing allows the company to deliver fingerprint readers to partners and customers within two months. The company also provides its partners valuable insight on fingerprint sensor integration and other technical issues. The evolution of the Civil ID solutions to address the global demands and mobile identification will be revealed at the conference.
Effective delivery of services such as entitlements, pensions, banking, education and secure voting systems demands a reliable point-of-service access to reliable identification. Biometrics is a portable and easy-to-use identification method that can aid in the process. The fingerprint biometrics solution from DigitalPersona has been deployed worldwide to support Civil ID programs such as mobile micro-finance, entitlement, electronic voting and voter registration.