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High Benchmark Review Of Fingerprint Reader with Lumidigm Sensor

IEvo : 18 May, 2012  (Company News)
A combination of the Ievo biometric fingerprint reader and the MSI technology sensor from Lumidigm has brought press accolades
High Benchmark Review Of Fingerprint Reader with Lumidigm Sensor
Lumidigm has announced that after conducting a competitive test of fingerprint readers, Benchmark Magazine concluded, "use of the MSI technology, and the consistency with which it performed in conditions that would see other units simply fail really does set the [Lumidigm] technology apart from its peers."

The May 2012 article in the British journal begins, "One of the biggest issues with biometrics-based fingerprint readers is that many models will struggle to obtain a clear and usable scan if the digit being presented is damp, dirty or damaged. This is because most sensors rely on an optical scan only. However, multispectral imaging (MSI) [from Lumidigm] can provide a more robust solution."

Lumidigm partner Ievo submitted its Ultimate reader with the Lumidigm sensor for the Benchmark test. Ievo Managing Director Shaun Oakes reports, "Benchmark is known for its rigorous testing methods and independent reviews. We welcomed the opportunity to show what the superior Lumidigm technology brings to our fingerprint reader and to our customers."

"This review verifies for many people what we already knew from field experience," asserts Lumidigm Vice President, Transaction Systems Bill Spence. "Now, independent testing confirms the superior fingerprint reading capabilities that Lumidigm technology brings to any application. Customers expect better performance now and Lumidigm is providing it."

A video of the reviewed product demonstrates the fingerprint reader being subjected to various real world conditions, including damp and wet, dry and dirty. Lumidigm technology extracts unique fingerprint characteristics from both the surface and subsurface of the skin, allowing results that are more consistent, more inclusive and more tamper resistant than conventional technologies.
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