MaxVision® BPac 8000 Receives FBI Mobile ID Certification

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MaxVision’s Biometric Portable Acquisition Computer “BPac” has been certified by the FBI for Mobile ID

MaxVision LLC today announced it has passed a major milestone in the development of the company’s unique portable biometric computer, the BPac 8000. The BPac has been certified by the FBI as tested and in compliance with the FBI's Next Generation Identification (NGI) initiatives “Mobile ID”. The link to the FBI's approved products list is:

BPac, a handheld rugged computer running Windows XP/7 with built in biometrics is a feature rich, fully functional, no-compromise rugged Ultra Mobile Personal Computer (UMPC). BPac is offered with MV-EBTS Biometric Software Suite or SDK for integration with third party software applications. BPac uses a rugged aluminum package, includes a 5.6" touch sunlight readable LCD, FIP 201 compliant optical fingerprint scanner, Iris camera with IR illuminator, facial recognition through a 3.2MP HD video camera, GPS, IEEE 802.11 b & g, Quad-Band GSM/CDMA cellular radio, digital voice recorder, barcode reader, contact and non contact RFID card all in a handheld package weighing 3.5 lbs with an IP67 rating.

“BPac receiving FBI certification is another major milestone in the development and market acceptance of our new biometric computer the BPac” said Paul Frasca, MaxVision’s VP, Global Sales. “We are excited about adding yet another new market supporting Federal/State/Local Law Enforcement and Public Safety”.

About MaxVision
Founded in 1993, MaxVision manufactures rugged, portable and transportable servers, workstations and accessories with no compromises in performance. MaxVision patent-pending designs provide extensive customization, including advanced air filtration systems, advanced power conditioning, and certified tolerance for extended runtime within 0 - 50 degrees Celsius (32 - 122 degrees Fahrenheit). For more information, visit

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