“The interest on these various fronts is indicative of the growth underway in the biometrics industry…”
Integrated Biometrics is seeing rising interest in its biometric technologies from around the world.
In a statement, the Integrated Biometrics VP David Gerulski reports that growing international demand “is driving our development of our multi-lingual website and outreach at industry events with strong international presence,” adding that his company has had create Spanish and French language versions of its website to cater to Latin American and African markets.
As for event participation, the company says its VP and Biometrics Industry Advisor, Martin Petriccione, will lead a delegation at the 101st International Association for Identification next week, at NEC’s 30th Annual AFIS Internet User’s Conference at the end of the month, and also at the Global Identity Summit in September.
Integrated Biometrics has also enjoyed a rising media profile, with its Watson Mini fingerprint scanner having recently been discussed on the Coroner Talk podcast, and featured in a news report on CBS This Morning.
The interest on these various fronts is indicative of the growth underway in the biometrics industry, and illustrates how Integrated Biometrics is capitalizing on it with its fingerprint scanning technology.
August 5, 2016 – by Alex Perala