|By ACN Newswire||
|June 9, 2014 04:28 AM EDT||
Seoul, Korea, June 9, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Suprema, Inc., a leading global provider of technology in biometrics and identification, today announced it has provided the latest version of its fingerprint PC security scanner, 'BioMini Slim', to Kwick High-Tech & Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (www.kwickhightech.com.pk), for an Android-based biometric verification system on SIM card issuance in Pakistan.
BioMini Slim is Suprema's first model of products to be run on Android OS, which is specially designed to provide a high level security solution for PC based identity access management solutions. It has a rugged IP65 rated dust and waterproof form factor while maintaining a sleek ergonomic design, and is also equipped with Suprema's latest 500dpi slim optical sensor, which boasts a large platen size for easy and reliable fingerprint capturing, as well as providing Suprema's advanced LFD (Live Finger Detection), patent in-progress.
Kwick High-Tech & Solutions Pvt. Ltd., a Pakistan based firm that specializes in SIM manufacturing and biometric security solutions, has already launched a solution for biometric verification of mobile phone customers, which consists of the android based BioMini Slim which has Kwick's application running on it, to obtain the fingerprint of the customer.
With a biometric verification system in place, before the issuance of a new SIM, the thumb impressions of customers are matched with NADRA database to make sure that the person holding the CNIC card is indeed the legitimate individual with correct credentials or not.
Suprema has delivered the first shipment and is expected to additionally provide more devices by stage, as it is estimated that over 75,000 deployments of biometric verification devices will be required at countrywide outlets in Pakistan. It is also expected to be one of the largest deployments of Superma Products with collaboration of Kwick Hightech & Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
About Suprema Inc.
Suprema Inc. is a leading global provider of technologies in biometrics and ID Solutions. The company's range of products includes biometric access control systems, fingerprint modules, e-passport readers and live-scanners. Suprema has worldwide sales network in over 125 countries and also a listed company in stock exchange in South Korea (KOSDAQ). For further information, visit www.supremainc.com.
Source: Suprema Inc.
David Kim (PAN HEE) Manager, PR & Marketing BMS, Suprema Inc. O: +82 31 710 5619 F: +82 31 783 4503 M: +82 10 5585 1810 [email protected]
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