IDEMIA, the world leader in biometrics and identity technology, has once again demonstrated its position as the top provider in this field through its algorithms for fingerprint and palm print datasets. A fingerprint evaluation technology (ELFT) test conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) showed that these algorithms are the most accurate.
An incredible level of performance
This incredible level of performance will revolutionize forensic analysis and help law enforcement agencies around the world to more effectively and reliably identify suspects.
The NIST test is a reference for the reliability of fingerprinting and is more comprehensive than the ELFT comparison, which assesses the accuracy of palm and fingerprint prints and includes a test and evaluation of accuracy with a single image as well as other characteristics proposed by recognized experts in palm and fingerprint prints.
These results further solidify IDEMIA’s position as a leader in fingerprint technology
These results further solidify IDEMIA’s position as a leader in fingerprint technology, highlighting its expertise in the recognition of even the most complex fingerprint prints and fingerprint research. IDEMIA’s algorithms provide more accurate results from 7 to 60% compared to other methods.
IDEMIA is committed to developing the most advanced technologies to offer fast, accurate, and fair solutions, offering innovative and excellent solutions that improve global public safety and security.