green bit bianco2017-09-14 — Greenbit, one of the world’s leading companies in the biometric field, proudly announces today: Our team was selected as the finalists to participate in the IARPA to participate in the finals. 

Greenbit will use the DactyScan40i hardware product plus software to participate in this challenge to demonstrate our automatic collection technology. At present, the commonly used method is to have specially trained personnel to assist the target personnel in the rolling fingerprint collection during the rolling collection, which will cause some negative interventions. We will use this challenge to show how our automatic collection technology works and minimize these negative interventions. DactyScan40i is one of the four products that Greenbit uses the same standard acquisition software algorithm MultiScan SDK to collect rolling fingerprints. In addition to DactyScan40i , Greenbit also includes the following products suitable for this collection algorithm: DactyScan84c MultiScan527 and MultiScan527g, MC517.

The existing low-quality collection is generally caused by low-end technology or poor training, which results in low-quality images, which affects the identification of real fingerprints and residual fingerprints. Using Greenbit’s technology and some predefined parameters written into its algorithm, Greenbit’s software can calculate the deformation area of ​​the entire rolling area on the final stitched picture. Based on this technology, no human assistance is required when collecting scrolling fingerprints, thus reducing negative human intervention.
Greenbite is convinced that this challenge will greatly improve the accuracy of criminals’ rolling fingerprint collection in the future biometric schemes in the criminal investigation field.

Our Chief Operating Officer (COO) Mr. Sergio Rainero said, “We are very excited to be selected as the finalists of this challenge. We have been investing in R&D and the goal is to provide stability for our industry and our users. , Reliable products and technologies. By participating in this IARPA competition, we can show the industry software and hardware products that integrate our advanced software algorithms to avoid negative human intervention. Sharing the results of this challenge with the industry will make us proud.

Greenbit will show the DactyScan40i in Washington, USA on September 18, and the results of the competition will be announced in the fall of 2017. In this competition, the rolling fingerprints of 300 volunteers will be manually collected on the spot, and the collected results will be evaluated after the collection is completed, and a conclusion will be drawn finally.

About Green Bit

Greenbit strictly follows the B2B business model and provides a series of live fingerprint collection products for system integrators and solution providers worldwide. Our value proposition is: high-quality live fingerprint collection products, easy-to-integrate software development kits, competitive price positioning, and rapid mass production capabilities. This makes Greenbit’s live finger/palmprint collection product the best choice for finger/palmprint collection.

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