CardLogix launches BIOSID
21 May 2019 20:09 GMT

CardLogix Corporation, a smart card manufacturer and software developer, announced today the launch of BIOSID, a robust mobile identity solution featuring multiple biometric modalities (face, fingerprints, iris, signature) and high-security smart card technology.

Ideal for applications requiring instant identity verification or enrollment from any location, BIOSID is a complete solution with advanced capabilities offered at prices 70% less than those of comparable products.

[BIOSID Rugged Handheld Biometric Identity Solution by CardLogix]
BIOSID Rugged Handheld Biometric Identity Solution by CardLogix

"Competitive pricing, a highly durable and compact design, multi-modal biometrics, and endless customization options are just some of the features that set BIOSID apart from the competition," said Sebastien Goulet, President & CEO at CardLogix.

The software communicates with secured contact and contactless smart cards that store AES-encrypted biometric data for instant 1:1 biometric matching against newly captured prints. Biographical data, photo ID, signature, and other digital information quickly display onscreen for visual inspection.

"The combination of digital authentication, biometric matching, and visual inspection with smart cards ensures highest-accuracy identity verification," said Tom Hope, Director of Sales at CardLogix. "With BIOSID, officers and guards can guarantee that a subject is who he or she claims to be with an easy-to-handle device from any location."

The tablet leverages IP67-rated waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, and drop-resistant durability with a lightweight feel, making BIOSID fit for use in any environment. Users also stay connected with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GSM cellular services.

Additionally, BIOSID is a convenient mobile solution for enrollment. The software enables the instant capture of fingerprints, iris, faceprints, and signature. It also collects cardholder name, date of birth, eye color, age, and other biographical information. Users may write the information to the smart card directly or send it to a remote server over the cloud.

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