“The launch of an Africa website section comes as Integrated Biometrics participates in this week’s ID4Africa conference in Kigali, Rwanda.”
Integrated Biometrics is strengthening its focus on the African market with a new region-specific section on its website, the company has announced. The section offers news, interviews, and case studies highlighting the advantages of biometric technology.
In a website post announcing the effort, Integrated Biometrics highlighted its activities already underway on the continent, with its biometric technology being used to identify infants in early HIV diagnosis and to track inmates at youth detention centers as well as their visitors. The company also highlighted, among other FBI-certified biometric scanners, its new Kojak 10-print roll scanner, which has applications both indoors and in the field, and could be particularly useful for major government identification projects.
The launch of an Africa website section comes as Integrated Biometrics participates in this week’s ID4Africa conference in Kigali, Rwanda. The event is likely to have attracted a range of government and enterprise interests looking for biometric ID solutions, and as such Integrated Biometrics has a real opportunity to leverage its new website extension in promotion of its solutions.
May 24, 2016 – by Alex Perala