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USB powered dual iris scanning system

Cross Match Technologies : 07 September, 2007  (New Product)
I SCAN 2 offers dual iris capture capabilities from a handheld unit operating from USB
Cross Match Technologies has introduced the latest additions to its broad range of biometric offerings, including the industry's first in production dual iris capture system, the I SCAN 2, at the Biometric Consortium Conference and Biometrics Technology Expo (BCC) in Baltimore.

The I SCAN 2 is a durable, easy-to-use, USB powered handheld device that produces ANSI INCITS and ISO/IEC standards-based images, easily integrates into EFTS- and EBTS-based enrollment and rapid ID systems, and is interoperable with all iris matching algorithms.

"The I SCAN 2 adds iris imaging to Cross Match's existing multimodal offerings, which have been designed to meet our customers' needs for rapid enrollment, identification and verification. The I SCAN 2 simplifies the enrollment process by capturing both iris images simultaneously and exploits many of our advanced technologies, such as auto capture to improve the speed and quality of iris capture," said James Ziglar, president and CEO of Cross Match.

Cross Match also displayed several other products from its comprehensive portfolio at the BCC, such as its Multimodal Jump Kits incorporating the I SCAN 2. Jump Kits are used by the military, law enforcement and other first responders for rapid enrollment as well as local or remote identification. They provide a complete mobile identification solution by combining a livescan ten fingerprint scanner such as the L SCAN Guardian R with facial and iris image capture and the ability to include and array demographic data - all in a compact, rugged and portable unit.

Another featured product was the newly released Mission Oriented Biometric Software (MOBS) enrollment application that processes multimodal biometric and demographic data and provides a simplified, customisable user interface to accelerate auto capture and submission in high-risk environments. Records created in MOBS are recognised and accepted by the military and law enforcement to enroll and verify identities against existing ABIS and AFIS databases.

In addition, Cross Match exhibited its award winning Authenticator document readers and its F SCAN facial recognition surveillance systems. Having placed first in multiple International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) e-passport interoperability tests, the D SCAN Authenticator verifies next-generation electronic passports, visas and other standardised travel documents. The F SCAN facial recognition system is designed for high-traffic, as well as access-controlled areas and delivers real-time facial recognition results by comparing images against shared or customized watch lists.
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