Green Bit Dactyscan84C 10-Fingerprint ScannerGrugliasco, June 1, 2015 – As of May 2015, Green Bit finished delivery of more than eight thousand DactyScan84c to be used in an important eVote initiative in Eastern Africa. The Dactyscan84c will be part of a complex enrollment jump-kit to be deployed throughout the country to guarantee enrollment even in challenging and lightly populated areas.

Working for more than two years with several system partner the project has been finally awarded and after a first pilot stage in December 2014, full roll-out started in March and has been completed as of now.

 

About Green Bit

Since 1997, Green Bit designs, manufactures and sells high quality and feature rich Fingerprint Livescans. Having all core competencies to build top-notch Livescans in house (optics, electronics, mechanics, software and manufacturing) Green Bit does not rely on any kind of third party IP thus guaranteeing always for high quality, reliability and consistency. Numerous international patents are proof for our innovative approach always looking to add a competitive edge to our partners Livescan

Image quality, usability, easy integration into third party applications and overall quality control guaranteeing for highest reliability is paramount for Green Bit. This quality driven approach is mirrored in our complete product line starting from single finger Livescans as the Dacytscan26/26i, the rolled and dual flats Livescan Dactyscan40i, our 10-print Livescan Dacyscan84c up to our high-end Palm Livescan the Multiscan527. Our product line allows our partners to efficiently and affordably address all possible application scenarios involving fingerprint biometrics may it be mass enrolment for large ID programs, background checks, criminal booking or any other identification scenario.

Our whole Livescan product line is supported by the same and most feature rich SDK, the Multiscan SDK, thus eliminating the need for multiplied integration efforts due to the use of different SDKs. In order to offer maximal flexibility the SDK runs on different operating systems: Windows, Linux and Android.

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