Lumidigm’s new Mariner fingerprint reader extends the reliable reading accuracy of multispectral imaging to popular value-conscious, Windows® PC-based biometric applications. The new Mariner sensors make biometric authentication simple and affordable for real business applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation, logistics, passenger ID, heavy industry, construction and others that require the durability and reliability that have been unavailable until now. Up to 20 percent more reliable than conventional sensors, the Mariner sensor quickly and easily delivers a high-quality fingerprint to your Windows PC for authentication.
Multispectral Biometrics “First Try” Readability Now Available for Windows PCs
First Major Showing at ASIS in Orlando, Fla. September 19 – Booth 2937
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – July 26, 2011 – Lumidigm today announced that its new Mariner fingerprint reader extends the reliable reading accuracy of multispectral imaging to popular, value-conscious, Windows PC-based biometrics applications. The new Mariner sensors make biometric authentication simple and affordable for real business applications in industries ranging from healthcare to transportation, logistics, passenger ID, heavy industry, construction and others that require the durability and reliability that have been unavailable until now. Up to 20 percent more reliable than conventional sensors, the Mariner sensor quickly and easily delivers a high-quality fingerprint to Windows PC for authentication.
“With Mariner, we are able to bring the field-proven Lumidigm Advantage to more users in more markets,” emphasizes Phil Scarfo, Lumidigm senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing. “Disappointed in conventional fingerprint sensors to date, serious business customers have been looking for a biometric sensor that doesn’t require them to compromise durability, reliability or convenience. With Mariner, we are offering extremely fast, durable and reliable business-class biometric readers for desktop user authentication and other Windows PC-based applications, even special mission-critical healthcare applications.”
According to Scarfo, unlike conventional biometrics technologies which rely on ideal conditions and clean surface contact alone, Mariner’s multispectral imaging reads both surface and subsurface fingerprints in the cold, hot, wet, dirty and dry conditions that impede traditional biometric sensors.
As a result, the new Mariner fingerprint sensor brings the Lumidigm Advantage to a wide range of business opportunities such as secure data access to multi-user workstations, electronic medical records, enterprise single sign on, point of sale applications, time and attendance data collection, quality control and standards compliance, laboratory equipment sign-on, data network access and other Windows-based applications in which organizations need to get a fast fingerprint read on the first try. Mariner now brings these benefits to the desktop and Windows-powered devices in a small, easy-to-use, durable package that produces a rapid return on investment.
The Mariner sensor is also available as an OEM package, enabling easy integration into PC keyboards, kiosks, handheld devices or virtually any Windows PC-hosted application. This further extends the Lumidigm Advantage to applications requiring strong user authentication and/or non repudiated audit trails in a world that is wet, dry and dirty. Convenient, lightening fast and easy to use, Mariner sensors authenticate quickly and reliably, no matter the person or whether or not their fingers are clean. As a result, Mariner biometric readers facilitate workflow and truly make biometrics a practical and robust reality for more organizations.
The new Mariner fingerprint reader is available now. It will be showcased at the ASIS Exhibition in Orlando, Fla, September 19-21 in Lumidigm Booth 2937.
Lumidigm Inc., the multispectral imaging biometrics company, is dedicated to enabling convenient, secure, and reliable identification and verification. Lumidigm fingerprint sensors capture superior images quickly, on all people, in all conditions. Everyone can be enrolled. Everyone can be verified. Lumidigm’s sensors are quick and easy to use — perfect for any application in which speed, security and reliability are paramount. Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Lumidigm sensors are distributed worldwide. Lumidigm’s initial venture capital investors are DFJ New England, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Epic Ventures, Intel Capital, International Venture Fund and Solstice Capital. Other investors include Methode Electronics, Motorola Ventures, New Mexico Co-Investment Partners managed by Fort Washington Capital, and Sun Mountain Capital. For more information, visit www.lumidigm.com.