Precise Biometrics & SecuGen Demos Fingerprint Reader at connect:ID

Precise Biometrics and SecuGen are jointly demonstrating a fingerprint reader with anti-spoofing capabilities at Connect:ID.

The demonstration shows SecuGen’s high quality fingerprint reader, the Hamster Pro 20, with Precise Biometric’s efficient spoof detection solution for a full digit optical sensor.

Fingerprint Software with Liveness Detection

Without any protection fingerprint sensors are vulnerable to spoofing via fake fingers.

The risk for fraud and spoofing via fake fingerprints is a threat to sensitive applications like mobile payments.

Spoof detection, a solution to identify fake fingerprints, has emerged as a “must have” functionality for biometric authentication platforms, whether for physical and logical access control, or mobile e-commerce.

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The demonstration is available for viewing throughout the conference, at the CITeR booth (#417). 

SecuGen and Precise Biometrics’ US operations, have shipped the fingerprint reader with the anti-spoof solution since May 2016.

Precise Biometrics (formerly NexID Biometrics) was a technology spin-off of CITeR in 2007 and was recently acquired by Precise Biometrics.

secugenCITeR is the National Science Foundation industry/university research center and is currently headquartered at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.

SecuGen has manufactured a wide range of high quality optical fingerprint technology for the global biometrics market since 1998, headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.