Fingerprints backs Thales’s fourth-generation biometric payment card

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Fingerprint Cards AB (FingerprintsTM) has been deeply involved in the development of the new generation of Thales Gemalto biometric payment card, which is ready for global volume mass deployment.

With Fingerprints’ T-Shape sensor (T2) and biometric payment software platform, the new Thales solution provides users with increased security, faster transaction speeds, and better power efficiency. Fingerprints has shipped over a million units of its FPC1300-series, which includes the T2 sensor module. This module makes it possible to produce biometric payment cards at a reasonable cost.

The biometric sensor has been designed to be easily integrated using standard automated manufacturing processes, made possible by dual-row packaging.

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