M2SYS Technology Announces Support for Integrated Biometrics’ “Sherlock” Innovative Light Emitting Sensor (LES) Fingerprint Sensor

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Support Comes in Wake of Increased Demand for LES FBI Certified Fingerprint Sensor Technology for Mobile Devices

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M2SYS Technology is a global innovator in biometric identity management products that deliver cost-effective, scalable, and practical identity management solutions.

"M2SYS Technology's continued effort to support a variety of leading devices in the marketplace reinforces our committment to customer success." - Bill Dumont, Executive VP, M2SYS Technology

M2SYS Technology, a global innovator in biometric identification management products, announced today that they will support the Integrated Biometrics “Sherlock” LES fingerprint sensor – the first non-optical fingerprint sensor to achieve FBI Appendix F certification - through Hybrid Biometric Platform™, a multimodal biometrics system that can support any biometric modality and device, including fingerprint, finger vein, palm vein, iris, and facial recognition.

As biometric identification deployments increase globally for national ID cards, voter registration, border control, and ePassports, demand has risen significantly for mobile devices containing innovative fingerprint sensors that are capable of capturing images from moist to dry fingers in any type of weather conditions. Integrated Biometrics’ FBI Appendix F certified “Sherlock” fingerprint sensor is a lightweight, compact, durable, accurate, secure, and efficient sensor that provides the highest forensic-quality roll image in the smallest and lightest form factor available on the market today.

The increased need for flexible, secure, lightweight, and durable mobile biometric identification units that require lower power requirements and offer fast, accurate results were the key driving factors behind the research and design of the innovative “Sherlock” LES. Well suited for mobile and pocket-sized smart devices and hand held tablets, the LES fingerprint sensors parallel market demand for lighter, more power efficient mobile devices that are capable of use in any type of weather or conditions, even extreme in nature. With support for the Sherlock, M2SYS biometric software customers can leverage modern sensor technology that addresses the growing need to adopt powerful identification systems for mobile and handheld devices.

“M2SYS Technology’s continued effort to support a variety of leading devices in the marketplace reinforces our commitment to customer success,” commented Bill Dumont, Executive Vice President of M2SYS Technology. “The extensive research and development into this progressive light emitting fingerprint sensor, its Appendix F FBI certification, and its ability to quickly and accurately capture moist or dry fingerprints in any environment was a key decision for our support of the ‘Sherlock’ LES fingerprint sensor.”


About M2SYS Technology

With over a decade of experience and millions of end users in more than 100 countries worldwide, M2SYS Technology delivers innovative, cost-effective, scalable, and practical identity management solutions that increase security and convenience while saving money, building accountability and establishing trust for governments and businesses around the world. The company continues to innovate, build, and deliver leading-edge enterprise biometric solutions that transform the industry and expand the applicability of biometric technology in the marketplace. Recognized for numerous industry accolades, including Frost & Sullivan’s 2007 North American Biometrics Technology Innovation of the Year and the 2011 New Product Innovation Award, M2SYS invests in the prosperity of its partners by extending technological prowess and business solutions to broaden value portfolios and better service customer requirements. The M2SYS Corporate Blog can be found at blog.m2sys.com.


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