Grugliasco, March 8, 2016 – Green Bit proudly announces that the MultiScan527, an Appendix F certified and Appendix P compliant palm Livescan, has been selected by the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (MoICT) for fingerprint enrollment in Jordan’s ambitious and revolutionary eID program.
The MultiScan527 will be installed in more than a hundred civil status and passport offices where citizens will be registered onto the National Registry.
“This is yet another great deployment for Green Bit Livescan technology and we’re very glad to support the Jordan authorities in this groundbreaking eID initiative” states Sergio Rainero, COO of the Green Bit Group.
Since its launch in mid-2014, the MultiScan527 is now in use in numerous deployments all around the world, helping local authorities to enroll fingerprints quickly, reliable and with the highest quality possible so as to ensure secure identification in order to protect citizens and their assets.
About Green Bit
Green Bit Biometric Systems S.p.A., headquartered in Turin (Italy), designs, develops and markets a complete product line of FBI certified fingerprint scanner starting from single finger, rolled, DactyScan84c 10-print up to palm Livescan systems. Green Bit is in the market space since 1997 with a long track record of successful installations worldwide. To date Green Bit is the only 100% European Livescan manufacturer providing a full product portfolio for Value Added applications and the Law Enforcement and Civil ID market.
Green Bit addresses all markets worldwide given our direct presence with subsidiaries in the US, China and Kazakhstan in addition to an expert network of Sales Agents around the globe. Recently Green Bit launched the brand new DactyID family with fingerprint anti-spoofing software feature. The DactyID family has been designed having in mind the fast expanding market of digital transactions and added value e-services, such as: Banking, Healthcare, Commerce, etc. It is a compact single-finger FAP 20 FBI/PIV livescan, offering a built-in patented liveness finger detection system.