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Thank you for your interest in Integrated Biometrics, developer of the world’s smallest and lightest FBI-compliant fingerprint scanners in the world. Below are links to news and information about our company, products, and innovative, patented light emitting sensor (LES) film.

Additional $2 million to accelerate increased production capacity. Integrated Biometrics today announced that the company recently closed on a $2 million equity financing round. The funds will support the company’s rapid global growth, including increased production to meet high levels…

The busiest time for air travel in the United States is nearly here. According to Mike England, a spokesman for the Transportation Security Administration, airports around the country have the most number of fliers in the period from the few…

Integrated Biometrics announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) purchased 450 units of the company’s new FIVE-0 mobile fingerprint scanners. Integrated Biometrics’ FIVE-0 is the industry’s first FAP 50 FBI Appendix F Certified, AFIS compatible 10-finger scanner. It’s small…

Until recently, the Latvian hospital system manually recorded patient data. Now, with Integrated Biometric’s technology, a simple fingerprint scan is all that’s needed to pull up patient names, identification numbers and data.

Ground-Breaking Lightweight FAP 50 Devices Will Help Agency Deliver Faster Mobile 10-Finger Enrollment and Verification. Integrated Biometrics today announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) purchased 450 units of the company’s new FIVE-0 mobile fingerprint scanners. Integrated Biometrics’ FIVE-0…

Pakistan is working to rescue an education system plagued by fraud through an innovative project utilizing mobile fingerprint biometrics. Click here to read more: Officials Empoly Biometrics in Attempt to Revitalize an Education System

A unique healthcare project in Nairobi, Kenya is using biometric fingerprint technology to help identify and track human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-exposed infants in need of anti-retroviral therapy. Click here to read more: LES Film Helping With HIV Early Infant Diagnosis