ST. LOUIS, MO. — Steve Thies, Integrated Biometrics CEO, recently attended the FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. (FBI NAA) conference in St. Louis on July 25th. During the event, Thies attended a presentation of the InCadence Ares mobile biometric solution given by Verizon’s Steven Miller.
Miller discussed a mobile solution which uses a combination of a Samsung smartphone or tablet, the Verizon network, InCadence software, and the Watson Mini FBI Appendix F Certified FAP 45 two-finger roll scanner from Integrated Biometrics. The solution, as Miller pointed out, is one that is a truly mobile and cost-effective fingerprint enrollment and verification system.
Thies and Miller answered questions from the presenters and participated in some Q&A after the presentation including the pricing and availability of the Watson-Mini, and the application of the technology in both enrollment and verification scenarios.
Boasting a membership of nearly 17,000 senior law enforcement professionals, the FBI NAA is a non-profit, international organization dedicated to strengthening the rule of law around the globe. The organization was formed in 1935 and is recognized among government leaders, law enforcement agencies, and communities as the premier provider of law enforcement expertise, training, education and information.
Integrated Biometrics, LLC designs and manufactures FBI-certified fingerprint sensors for law enforcement, military operations, homeland security, national identity, election validation, social services, and a wide range of commercial applications. The company’s patented light emitting sensor technology enables lightweight scanners that outperform traditional prism-based devices in size, power consumption, portability, and reliability. Identity management solutions providers, government agencies, and corporations around the world rely on Integrated Biometrics’ products to enroll and verify individual identity quickly and accurately, even in remote locations.