1. Compact Imaging to Demonstrate Sub-dermal Fingerprint for Presentation Attack Detection At GIS2016 in Tampa

    Compact Imaging to Demonstrate Sub-dermal Fingerprint for  Presentation Attack Detection At GIS2016 in Tampa

    Company's MRO Optical Depth-Scanning Technology Dramatically Improves Spoof and Liveness Detection for Fingerprint Biometric Collection Systems

    Compact Imaging, Inc., a Silicon Valley company developing small, low-cost optical sensors for the rapidly growing biometric security, personal health monitoring and non-destructive testing (NDT) markets, today announced that it will demonstrate its MRO™ subsurface scanning technology at the Global Identity Summit 2016 (GIS2016), Sept. 19-22, in Tampa.

    Compact Imaging's breakthrough MRO™ (Multiple Reference OCT) technology brings non-invasive OCT (optical coherence tomography) depth scanning to high volume field applications that require small size and low cost, such as biometric collection systems. Previously, OCT had been limited by its large size, high cost and extreme complexity in clinical and laboratory settings.

    MRO™ significantly advances presentation attack detection (PAD) capabilities of today’s fingerprint identity authentication systems by imaging tissue in depth to produce a volumetric sub-dermal fingerprint.  MRO™ directly  detects superficial spoofs and  determines liveness. It  performs with  wet, worn and dry fingers and MRO™ data sets complement legacy 2D databases.

    “Compact Imaging’s MRO technology is a powerful response to the real security need for improved presentation attack detection,” said Don Bogue, CEO.  “Because MRO scans tissue in depth, it solves everyday problems with biometric collection systems from physical spoofs to worn, wet or dry fingerprints. Most importantly,  Compact Imaging’s MRO is practical: its small size, low cost and power efficiency mean that MRO can be effectively integrated with today’s biometric collection systems for field deployment.”

    The case for improved presentation attack detection is clear. According to the Department of Homeland Security,  in 2015, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency (CBP) processed nearly 400 million people entering the U.S., almost 40 million of whom required a “secondary inspection” because of suspicious behavior or adverse information in the primary screening process.

    Bogue said, “This is an incredible workload that is unsustainable over time. We believe strongly that our MRO™  sub-dermal fingerprint technology can play a key role in addressing the presentation attack problem by providing an effective deployable solution.”

    In addition to Bogue, company co-founders Dr. Carol Wilson and Dr. Josh Hogan will be at the booth. To schedule a 15-minute demo please email GIS2016@compactimaging.com

    About Compact Imaging, Inc.

    Compact Imaging, a privately-held company based in Mountain View, CA, is a technology company developing miniature optical sensors that non-invasively image and measure sub-surface features, properties and behaviors of human tissue and other biological and non-biological materials.  These sensors, called MRO™, which can be small, low cost and battery powered, will address the need for more capable and versatile sensors in rapidly expanding markets, such as biometric security, personal health monitoring and non-destructive testing (NDT).   The Company has been issued sixteen U.S. and foreign patents covering its MRO™ technology. Additional information is available at the Company’s website, www.compactimaging.com.

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