Suprema, Inc., a global leader in biometrics and identification solutions, announced that the company launches RealScan-G10 ten-print live scanner, which offers improved image quality and cost advantage over its predecessor, RealScan-10. The device also tested in full compliance and received certification from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for the agency's Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) Image Quality Specification (IQS) Appendix F standards. FBI IQS standards for live-scanning systems are mandatory for the purpose of FBI and most countries' government procurements.
Suprema RealScan-G10 is a compact-sized portable live-scanner using the company's leading optical image processing technology. The device is designed to perform high-speed image capturing for four-finger slaps, single finger rolls and flats and features IP54 rated rugged structure to perform under harsh environments. It also features extra low power-consumption to ensure stable power supply from host PC's USB interface without external power supply. RealScan-G10 also has on-device operating buttons to helps users to control directly from the device and a built-in speaker to provide fully programmable voice instructions and feedback.
"RealScan-G10 is designed to respond increasing demand on ten-print live scanner from worldwide markets. It is a perfect blend of our cutting-edge optical technology and advanced fingerprint algorithm. The new device will broaden our live scanner line-up with improved competitiveness on both performance and price. We plan to penetrate international markets more aggressively based on our product advantage and accumulated expertise from various biometric projects over recent years," commented Young S. Moon, Vice President at Suprema.
Suprema offers extensive range of FBI certified fingerprint live scanners for capturing single (flat and roll), dual, slap and palm prints. The company's live scanners recently won large-scale government projects in US, Brazil, India and Japan.