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Iris and tri-modal biometric success for L-1 Identity Solutions

L-1 Identity Solutions : 15 July, 2009  (Company News)
Over 8 million dollars of orders have been received in 2Q by L-1 Identity solutions proving the escalating demand levels for biometric enrolment and recognition systems
L-1 Identity Solutions has announced that in the second quarter it shipped $8.3 million in PIER and HIIDE biometric enrollment and recognition devices for use in areas of conflict around the world. Of that, $2.7 million was from new purchase orders awarded in the quarter. The orders were received by the Biometrics Division of L-1.

"I am pleased to report that the biometrics division has achieved its business goals and objectives for the first half of the year and we expect to see additional awards for multi-modal devices throughout the remainder of 2009," said Robert LaPenta, Chairman, President and CEO of L-1 Identity Solutions. "Adoption of our handheld devices continues to move at a steady and strong pace globally, underscoring that the level of functionality of our solutions, and our ability to meet customer demands anywhere, anytime, is unsurpassed in the identity management industry."

HIIDE is the world's first ruggedized tri-modal mobile biometric enrollment and recognition device providing real-time identification using iris, finger and face biometrics. First introduced in 2005, it is the most pervasive device of its kind with over 9,000 devices fielded into areas of global conflict. It is also the most widely deployed multi-modal device with defense agencies. More than 4,000 PIER devices are in the field today, used for mobile enrollment and identification based on iris recognition.
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