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05/02/2019

Suprema innovations focus on GCC growth

Dubai, U.A.E and Seoul, South Korea

Suprema recently showcased its latest facial recognition technology, biometric-driven enterprise access control and industry leading-fingerprint identification solutions at Intersec 2019, held in Dubai from January 20 - 22, 2019.

Exclusive to Intersec 2019, Suprema showcased its prototype next-generation facial recognition solution designed to provide enhanced levels of accuracy, speed and convenience. Suprema also introduced Biostar 2 Device Manager App, the latest addition to the company's enterprise-level security solution which enables comprehensive access reader configurations and settings on the go with smartphones. In addition, Suprema demonstrated its full range of centralised and distributed access control solutions as well as biometric time attendance solutions.

"Our next-generation facial recognition terminal is designed to fulfill growing demand of touchless biometric technology within the more-secure, larger scale access control and time attendance applications in Middle East markets. While providing second-to-none facial recognition performance, the new device also offers improved versatility and lower cost of ownership packed in a compact form-factor. Upon its official launching in mid-2019, we are expecting larger growth in GCC countries where demands for touchless biometrics are stronger than other part of the world," said Mohamed Elshenawy, Sales Director at Suprema Middle East.

Suprema ID, the Suprema group's identification business company, also teamed up with Suprema at Intersec 2019 to introduce the world's slimmest FAP30 fingerprint scanner. The new scanner is fully compliant to FBI MobileID FAP30 specifications and provides deep-learning based anti-spoofing technology. Using Suprema's latest optics and proprietary multi dynamic-range technique, the scanner also provides reliable performance under extreme lighting conditions up to 100k lux of direct sunlight.


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