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Human fingerprints are comprehensive, distinctive, and, more significantly, time-invariant, making them effective and dependable identifiers. Fingerprint sensors are devices that capture an image of a human fingerprint using a variety of technologies, including optical, capacitive, and acoustic methods.
New ultrasonic transducer technologies have lowered the power, size, and cost of ultrasonic sensing, allowing it to be used in a wider range of applications.
The North America Fingerprint Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Synaptics Incorporated, the world’s leading provider of human interface solutions, announced today that its Natural IDTM fingerprint sensors are now available on new retail USB dongles from Kensington and PQI.
The Kensington VeriMark Fingerprint Key and the PQI My Lockey both add fingerprint authentication to Notebook PCs that don’t have an integrated biometric sensor. The dongles are fully contained, ready-to-use fingerprint modules that may be placed in any notebook USB port without being noticed.
IDEMIA, the global pioneer in Augmented Identity, today announced the release of a new generation of MorphoWave contactless fingerprint terminals. IDEMIA is constantly innovating to provide its customers with more comprehensive and tailored solutions.
MorphoWaveTM allows users to scan and verify their four fingerprints in less than one second by simply waving their hands in a quick and easy motion.
Qualcomm Incorporated has launched Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors, which are next-generation ultrasonic fingerprint solutions that provide new and improved functionality to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Sense ID fingerprint technology.
Sensors for display, glass, and metal, directional gesture detection, and underwater fingerprint match and device wake-up are among the features.
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