Published on 10 October, 2013
|Corvus will also demonstrate their complete line of Vista Iris and Iris-Face biometric devices
Corvus Integration, Inc. will feature the new GreenBit MultiScan 527 at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Exposition on October 20-22, 2013 in Philadelphia, PA.
Corvus Integration, Inc., a veteran-owned small business based in Reston Virginia, will be featuring the new GreenBit MultiScan 527 at this year’s IACP Expo (booth #2857). In addition to collection capability for FBI IAFIS IQS App. F-certified palm and 10-prints (flats and rolls), the MultiScan527 is the only Livescan on the market that can acquire supplemental prints (also called major case prints): Thenar (ball of palm), joint fingers (flat and rolled), as well as rolled fingertips.
In addition to the MultiScan 527, Corvus will be demonstrating their new PIK-BC, a complete livescan system developed to be an economical option for Law Enforcement and background-check operations. The kit supports collection of App. F certified ten prints (flats and rolls) along with the ability to export FBI compliant EFT and XML files. Corvus will also demonstrate their complete line of Vista Iris and Iris-Face biometric devices, and other biometric enrollment kits developed to meet any identity-management need.