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Florida Governor's Award Given to Cross Match

Cross Match Technologies : 08 September, 2011  (Company News)
The SEEK II portable multi-modal biometrics systems from Cross Match Technology takes this year's Governor's award from Florida
Florida Governor's Award Given to Cross Match
Cross Match Technologies has received Enterprise Florida’s 2011 Governor’s Business Diversification Award in the Innovation category. The awards recognize outstanding contributions toward improving and diversifying Florida’s economy plus distinctive community investment efforts, particularly relating to industries targeted for economic development and high wage job growth.

“Cross Match is proud to receive this award on behalf of our 172 employees who are based at our Palm Beach Gardens corporate headquarters, research and development, and manufacturing facility. We are dedicated to developing and producing innovative biometric software and hardware solutions for our partner integrators and end user customers. The SEEK II multimodal biometric device is a direct result of delivering on those customer requirements in an innovative way”, said Dave Buckley, CEO of Cross Match Technologies.

SEEK II combines multimodal biometric (fingerprint, iris and facial images) and demographic input capabilities in one lightweight, handheld mobile device that can connect wirelessly to military and law enforcement databases. The device is capable of matching biometric inputs against an onboard “watch-list” database, providing immediate identification and verification of persons of interest. SEEK II remains the only FBI Appendix F certified mobile handheld device on the market today.

The Governor’s Business Diversification Awards are presented in six categories; Cross Match won the Innovation award for the Mega Market category which highlights companies that, through product or process, best exemplified innovative leadership. Cross Match will be honored on September 14 during a reception in Tallahassee at the Florida Governor’s Mansion.
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