Caryn Seidman Becker, Clear chairman & CEO of Integrated Biometrics strategic partner Clear, talks about the company’s expansion plans to help travelers through airport security lines faster.
CNBC Profile Features Touche’ Device with Sherlock Fingerprint Scanner from Integrated Biometrics
Embedded Columbo used in Coesys Biometric Tablet for enrollment and ID verification.
CNN Story on ICE Agents Features Sherlock Two-Finger Roll Scanner
This 2016 CNN news report above titled, “CNN rides along as ICE team arrests illegal immigrants” features the NeoScan 45™ mobile fingerprint capture device from Integrated Biometrics strategic partner NEC. The innovative device is equipped with Integrated Biometric’s Sherlock FBI Appendix F Certified FAP 45 two-finger roll scanner, with our patented light emitting sensor (LES) technology that effectively captures single, dual, plain and roll fingerprint impressions.
Watson Mini Part of CBS This Morning News Report
The above 2016 CBS This Morning piece, “CLEAR lets flyers skip airport lines with iris scans, fingerprints” showcased Integrated Biometrics strategic partner CLEAR and its groundbreaking network of biometric security lanes at airports allowing travelers to use their fingerprint and iris identification technology to expedite processing. The CBS report showed individuals using CLEAR stations, including the Watson Mini fingerprint biometrics solution.
Watson Mini Outperforms Competing Optical Scanner
Watch the Watson Mini FAP45 Appendix F FBI Certified fingerprint scanner outperform a competing optical scanner.
Integrated Biometrics LES Technology
Discover what makes Integrated Biometrics solutions the most reliable and secure with our patented Light Emitting Sensor (LES) technology.
The Watson Mini FBI Appendix F Certified FAP 45 two-finger roll scanner was recently featured on the Coroner Talk podcast on iTunes. The popular show is hosted by Darren Dake, an ABMDI-accredited medicolegal death investigator and an ACFEI-certified criminal investigator. The July 18 podcast featured an in-depth interview with Kathleen Erickson, CEO of WoVo Identity Solutions and Harris Neil, an investigator with the Denver, Colo. coroner’s office.
Tom Buss, Business Development Executive and Strategic Advisor, provides insight on Appendix F Certified fingerprint technology.