Lumidigm Advantage™ overcomes capture problems conventional fingerprint imaging systems have in less-than-ideal conditions
ALBUQUERQUE, NM — March 22, 2012 — Lumidigm today announced that Innometriks‘ Cheetah card reader and ZK Software’s S920 time and attendance terminal and LA2000 series fingerprint access control readers will show attendees at the ISC West Exposition in Las Vegas March 28-30 how the Lumidigm Advantage™ overcomes the capture problems conventional fingerprint imaging systems have in less-than-ideal conditions. This more effective fingerprint solution is based on using multiple wavelengths of light and advanced polarization techniques to extract unique fingerprint characteristics from both the surface and subsurface of the skin, providing results that are more consistent, more inclusive and more tamper-resistant, regardless if the finger is wet, dry, chaffed or dirty.
“Multispectral imaging assures that users of these products will get a read on their first try,” said Bill Spence, Lumidigm vice president, transaction systems. “At ISC West, in the Innometriks and ZK Software booths, security professionals will see readers providing the next generation of reliable fingerprint technology.”
Innometriks Cheetah card reader meets or exceeds credential authentication requirements as set forth by U.S. Government identity programs including FIPS201/PIV, SP800-116 and the Transportation Worker’s Identity Credential (TWIC). The Cheetah paves the path to full PIV deployment for government agencies.
The ZK Software S920 features one of the fastest fingerprint matching algorithms in the industry, capable of 1:N matching of 8,000 templates in less than two seconds, and a transaction storage capacity of 100,000 records. The ZK LA2000 terminal supports 50 time zones, five groups and ten unlock combinations to make it a truly stand-alone access control reader. The terminal provides 1-touch 1-second employee recognition and has the capacity to store 8,000 templates and 200,000 transactions.
At ISC West, Innometriks is in booth 18141 and ZK Technology is in booth 24121.