HID Lumidigm® V-Series Fingerprint Sensors
HID Lumidigm® V-Series Fingerprint Sensors deliver an unmatched ability to acquire, excellent biometric interoperability, and best-in-class liveness detection in a robust device for a low total cost of ownership in a wide variety of fingerprint authentication applications. The firmware supplied with embedded V-Series sensors (V302) now provides four times faster image capture, a top-ranked MINEX III certified algorithm for better accuracy and FBI-certified WSQ image compression for fast and accurate image transfers. Streaming V-Series sensors (V311) include the MINEX III algorithm and FBI-certified WSQ image compression features when running Lumidigm SDK 6.0 or higher on a USB host device. The V-Series provides superior images for anyone, anytime, in any environment for superior biometric performance in the real world. Patented multispectral imaging technology simultaneously reads the surface and subsurface fingerprint to capture clear images every time — even when finger surface features are hard to distinguish due to age, dirt, finger pressure, and skin or environmental conditions. With best-in-class liveness detection, the V-Series provides a quick and easy user experience while reducing the opportunity for fraud, ensuring that the individual is who they claim to be. Designed to meet demanding identity verification applications seen around the world, from banking to healthcare to citizen ID, the V-Series conforms to biometric interoperability standards including ANSI and ISO fingerprint minutia template standards, a top-ranked MINEX III certified algorithm and FBI-certified WSQ finger image compression. The configurable V-Series supports image, template and match score outputs in embedded or streaming operating modes.
- Dry conditions — Dry fingertips are common, caused by anything from climate conditions or natural skin characteristics to frequent hand-washing or air travel. Multispectral imaging technology captures high-quality images even when fingers are dry.
- Wet conditions — Moisture is a fairly common real world condition. Some environments are naturally damp, due to climate (London) or setting (a spa). Some people have moist hands. Multispectral imaging technology captures high-quality images even in wet conditions.
- Diverse demographics — Biometrics work because people are unique — and yet diverse user populations are difficult for many fingerprint biometrics systems to handle. Multispectral imaging can authenticate anyone, no matter what their age, ethnicity, job or lifestyle.
- Rugged conditions— People don’t have time to wash and lotion their hands when they use a fingerprint sensor. And yet other technologies require just that to meet performance requirements. Multispectral sensors take people as they are — at the office, construction site, or agricultural field.