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Corvus Integration features GreenBit MultiScan 527 at the IACP Exposition 2013

Published on 10 October, 2013
MultiScan527 is the only Livescan on the market that can acquire supplemental prints Thenar, joint fingers, as well as rolled fingertips
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.


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