Next Biometrics Oyster III Reader

Beautifully designed and ergonomic USB fingerprint reader with metal housing for Windows Logon, single sign-on (SSO), and enterprise applications. Comes with WBF driver for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 and device drivers for Android and Linux. We provide SDKs for image capture and biometric SDKs for enrollment and verification. One-to-one and one-to-many modes are supported.

The One Touch ID 2000 reader takes Next Biometrics’ range of highly accurate and convenient fingerprint sensor solutions to an even higher level of security. Building on the patented and proven NEXT Active Thermal™ principle, the One Touch ID 2000 fingerprint module offers excellent image quality and constant accurate performance, thus producing fewer false acceptance and false rejection rates than other available solutions and resulting in an excellent user experience. LED support indicating finger placement and scan completion provides for an improved user experience.

The One Touch ID 2000 reader is well suited for use within the Windows Biometric Framework for fast and reliable Windows Hello authentication out of the box. Easy plug and play on computers/tablets using Windows, Android and Linux operating systems.

The One Touch ID 2000 reader supports secure channel communication to transfer the encrypted fingerprint image to the host. The reader meets FBI image quality standards and complies with PIV requirements specified by PIV-071006. Based on its anti-spoofing ability, it reliably rejects latent fingerprint images and prevents fake finger attacks. In addition, the secure application locking feature enables secure end-to-end communication between the sensor module and customer applications.

Next Biometrics offers SDK support with one touch enrollment, 360-degree rotational tolerance and biometric performance of <1% FRR @0.01% FAR. The templates generated meet ISO/IEC19794-2:2011 for easy and seamless integration into a broad range of devices and end-user applications.

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