Suprema has announced that its RealScan-G10 and RealScan-10 fingerprint live scanners have tested in full compliance and received final certification from the Government of India’s Standardization Testing & Quality Certification (STQC) for the country’s next generation national ID project (UIDAI).
The STQC certification is an essential requirement for procurements of the U$4.4 billion UID project and ensures devices satisfy API specifications presented by UIDAI. The STQC provides quality assurance services in IT and electronics through its countrywide network of laboratories. With the UID project, it is mandatory for all live scanner vendors to get STQC’s final certificates on top of their existing provisional certificates which are valid for six months.
According to Suprema both RealScan-G10 and RealScan-10 are compact-sized portable fingerprint live scanners which provide capture speed and image quality by using the company’s advanced optical image processing technology. The device performs an image scan rate of over 20 frames per second using internal DSP and image processing technology.
"RealScan series ten-print slap scanners have been specially developed to meet high-level requirements for India’s UID project which demands fast and high quality image capturing and extra durability in India’s harsh environments. The device features dust and waterproof rugged structure with IP54 certification required by UIDAI,” says Young S Moon, vice president at Suprema.