Foster+Freeman launching forensic document scanner at connect:ID

By | May 1, 2017

Secure identity solutions firm Foster+Freeman has launched a new compact passport and ID card imaging system.

In a statement, the firm said the touchscreen VSC QC1+ solution can greatly increase document based security whilst maintaining the ease of use and high rate of throughput required for frontline applications.

VSC QC1+ features include live examination of passports under UV, Visible and Infrared lighting conditions, to reveal hidden security features and expose minor alterations made to a document.

The company added that it supports auto-recognition and decoding of embedded data including eChip biometric data, barcodes, and Machine Readable Zones (MRZ). It also conducts live facial comparison of the document bearer (via webcam) versus the printed image, versus digitally embedded image.

Foster+Freeman will be exhibiting at connect:ID – 2-3 May 2017 in Washington DC. connect:ID is an innovative international conference and a free global exhibition that together focus on all aspects of identity technologies and the opportunities for their management in both the physical and digital worlds.

Source: Planet Biometric