EL MONTE, CALIF. — In a recent press release, AMREL, an Integrated Biometrics strategic partner, announced that the company’s Flexpedient® AT80B Rugged Biometric Tablet is now on the exclusive FBI’s Certified Products Listing. The AT80B captures fingerprints with the industry-leading Sherlock from Integrated Biometrics, utilizing our patented, state-of-the-art Light Emitting Sensor film. “This sensor is fully rugged, uses little power, needs less maintenance than traditional methods, and captures FAP-45 quality images,” the press release notes.
AMREL has designed the AT80B for use in a variety of situations beyond its original intent as a law enforcement resource. For example, it is being used by professional sports franchises to fast track VIP admissions at games, and verifying and tracking visitors and residents at youth detention facilities throughout South Africa.
Standard features include Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean), 8” 10-point multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display, front/back 5 MP cameras, 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, and Bluetooth®.
To learn more about the AT80B visit the AMREL website.
This is the second AMREL device incorporating Integrated Biometrics technology which has achieved FBI certification in 2016. In March, AMREL announced its AMREL XP7-ID rugged biometric handheld, designed for enrollment and verification in the field, had been tested and found to be in compliance with the FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) System Image Quality Specifications. Like the AT80B, the XP7-ID features the FBI Appendix F Certified FAP 45 Sherlock two-finger roll scanner.
Designed to easily integrate into multiple applications, Sherlock allows biometric devices like the XP7-ID and AT80B to be smaller and mobile with minimal impact on overall weight or form-factor. Sherlock is built to withstand tough conditions with minimal maintenance while providing accurate high-resolution fingerprint scans in virtually any environment including direct sunlight for better and faster results with higher-quality forensic quality images.