NEXT wins government deal


NEXT Biometrics Group has been chosen as supplier of fingerprint sensors for a governmental smart card application. Delivery of 250,000 flexible sensors is targeted to start during the second half of 2017, after the on-going ramp-up project with INNOLUX, NEXT's mass production partner, has been completed.

“At the moment we cannot disclose our customer or the end user organisation for this delivery,” said Tore Etholm Idsøe, CEO, NEXT Biometrics. “The end customer needs fully flexible sensors that operate securely and conveniently for close to 100% of the end users. NEXT is uniquely positioned in this space.”

NEXT reports that it has worked with INNOLUX, the US$10 billion Taiwanese display manufacturer and one of the world's largest manufacturers of TFT-LCD-panels for many years. Recently, NEXT introduced the world´s first flexible fingerprint sensor.

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NEXT wins government deal
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