Suprema recently announced that the company and its global network of partners can now leverage the M2SYS CloudABIS solutions suite to significantly ease the development and implementation efforts required for projects that use Suprema biometric hardware, such as its BioMini Slim 2 fingerprint scanner.
M2SYS is a global leader in biometric identification software with over 300 million enrolled users in projects across more than 100 countries. The M2SYS CloudABIS suite of cloud-based biometric software solutions is designed to remove the burdens and cost associated with developing, deploying, and maintaining a biometric software system.
CloudABIS can be rapidly integrated into any software and can match millions of ISO fingerprint templates per second for fast 1:N matching and de-duplication requirements. Leveraging advantages of the M2SYS cloud infrastructure, an enterprise-level biometric matching system can be implemented within hours and requires only a connection to the Internet.
BioMini Slim 2 is the latest innovation in fingerprint authentication from Suprema. Featuring the world's slimmest (16 mm in thickness) FAP20 optical sensor, the new BioMini Slim 2 produces fingerprint image quality and features including Suprema's proprietary Multi-Dynamic Range (MDR) technology, FBI PIV/FIPS 201/Mobile ID FAP20 compliance, high speed USB3.0 interface and Android device support.
"It's easy enough to procure biometric hardware but that's where the real challenges begin," commented Mizan Rahman, founder of M2SYS. "Many biometric projects fail because of roadblocks, resource constraints, licensing issues, technical problems, or many other factors related to building, deploying, and maintaining the biometric software. Our new CloudABIS suite of cloud-based biometric software solutions was developed based on 15 years of experience in biometric technology to meet our continued goal of eliminating these headaches with a modern and innovative approach."
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