IDEX Biometrics becomes a member of Biometrics institute
Oslo, Norway – 8 August 2018 – IDEX ASA, the leading provider of advanced fingerprint identification and authentication solutions, reinforces its commitment to the Biometrics industry by signing as a member of the Biometrics Institute.
The Biometrics Institute is the independent and international impartial not-for-profit forum for biometrics users and other interested parties, with currently over 240-member organizations including government departments, financial services institutions, the aviation industry and the suppliers of biometric products and services.
Michelle Whitfeld, Relationship Manager, of the Biometrics Institute, said “We are delighted to welcome IDEX Biometrics as our new member. The mission of the Biometrics Institute is to promote the responsible use of biometrics in an independent and international impartial forum. We welcome users of biometrics and other interested parties including companies like IDEX who are one of the technology companies supporting our discussions around new development in the biometric cards space.”
David Orme, SVP for Sales & Marketing, IDEX Biometrics, said “Together with its customers and partners, IDEX Biometrics is working to bring simple, secure and personal identification and authentication to all”.
Charlotte Knudsen, Director of IR and Communications,
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About IDEX Biometrics
IDEX Biometrics is a leading developer of advanced off-chip fingerprint sensors and complete system solutions to a range of biometrically-enabled applications, including smart cards, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile. The company’s technology is based on a fundamentally unique architecture that delivers form factor flexibility and superior cost-performance characteristics. IDEX’s total addressable market represents a fast-growing multi-billion-unit opportunity.
IDEX ASA is traded on the Oslo stock exchange under the ticker IDEX.
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