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Biometric Cards

- Zwipe of Oslo, Norway, has launched a new biometric card, a contactless smart card credential with on-card fingerprint reading.


- Fulcrum Biometrics of San Antonio, Texas, now offers the Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein sensor bundled with new FbF Palm Vein bio­Server and developer tools for fast, easy development of biometric solutions.


- SwipeClock of Salt Lake City, Utah, has extended its line of timekeeping solutions by add­ing the Schlage biometric Hand­Punch GT-400 from Ing­ersoll Rand Security Tech­nol­ogies of Carmel, Indiana.




- Integrated Biometrics of Spartanburg, South Carolina, has introduced Watson-Mini, a small, fast, two-finger scanner that has achieved FBI Appendix F certification.


- MorphoTrack, Inc., of Alex­an­dria, Virginia, has introduced the MorphoAccess VP Series, a range of physical access control terminals that integrate multimodal technology combining finger vein and fingerprint bi­ometrics. The technology offers security and accuracy that outperform single-mode devices.

Signature Card

- Morpho of Paderborn, Germany, part of the Safran Group, announced the EAL5+ Common Criteria certification of its Ideal Citiz smart card by the Network and Information Security Agency in France.

iView Systems


Iris Scanner

- Hoyos Corporation of San Juan, Puerto Rico, has added a new, smaller iris-scanning device to its suite of identity management products. The EyeSwipe-Nano can capture iris images from 20 people per minute—individuals glance at the aunit as they walk toward it.

iView Systems


Biometric Reader

- ZK Software of Piscataway, New Jersey, has introduced a dual biometric reader, which can verify a person’s identity by face, fingerprint, RFID card, or PIN in less than two seconds. The iFace can store up to 10,000 fingerprints, 700 face templates, and 100,000 transactions.

Biometrics Collection

- Northrop Grumman Corporation of Reston, Virginia, has developed BioTRAC, a rugged, portable identity management system for secure and efficient multimodal biometrics collection in the field.

Palm ID

- IBM of Armonk, New York, and Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. of Foothill Ranch, California, have launched a new security solution that integrates palm vein biometric technology from Fujitsu with IBM’s enterprise single-sign-on solution.

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