Aratek and Panini to present latest biometric products at Trustech 2021

Aratek and Panini have announced their participation in the next Trustech 2021 in Paris where they plan to showcase some of their latest biometric products and solutions.

Aratek’s Marshall 8 biometric tablet on display

To be hosted on booth 5.2 D 051 at the global event celebrating advancements in the payments, identification and security industries, Aratek announces that it will be exhibiting one of its latest biometric tablets – Marshall 8 – that the company’s vice president for international affairs The division, Samuel Wu, said it could “identify anything, anytime, anywhere”.

Ahead of the Trustech 2021 event, Wu said, “We are delighted to present to the audience at the world’s largest international digital identity and security fair our new product that we call the Marshall 8, which is a game-changer by enabling identity. and an ultra-reliable identity. authentication from absolutely anywhere.

The vice president also spoke about plans for the European launch of his enhanced facial recognition platform TruFace, which he says will also be on display at the event in Paris. The IP65 rated TruFace BA8300 terminal integrates facial biometrics, fingerprint scanning, barcode scanning and RFID scanning to provide a versatile access control solution. Aratek’s full line of FBI-certified fingerprint scanners will also be on display.

Panini will present an on-site biometric authentication system

Panini has announced that its stand F51 in Pavilion 5.2 at Trustech will showcase the newest and most advanced platform in its range of smart scanners – the EverneXt – as well as the world premiere of BioCred, a sophisticated authentication system and privacy-focused aimed at combating fraud and facilitating processes for customers in bank branches.

The EverneXt scanner is built on the advanced, driverless, API-less Everest architecture, which uses the HTTPS protocol for host communication; thus becoming independent of the end user’s operating system.

While Panini authorities hope to take advantage of the Paris event to discuss agreements with French banks, the company is also seeking to display an authentication system based on scanning fingerprints, QR code and NFC, which generates a unique and encrypted identifier that the customer registers biometrically. control, without compromising the privacy and security of the user or the institution.

“Our past and present are strong, and our future is full of new challenges that we are delighted to meet,” comments Panini CEO Richard Kane. “Even though many of us fingerprint our smartphones multiple times a day, some banks may have remained exposed to identity theft in their primary channel of revenue generation: their physical branch. BioCred addresses this need by combining convenience, security and privacy in a truly ingenious way, and provides an excellent opportunity for the consolidation of key identity functions.

The Futurista group will organize an integration summit

The “Future of Onboarding and Customer Experience Summit” will be held on December 1 and 2, 2021 at the Hilton in London, announced the Futurista group.

The event will explore improving existing applications and creating new digital interactions to secure user authentication and improve personalization, which Internet Retailing research shows is desired by 69% of consumers, but only provided by approximately half of the brands.

Speakers at the event include representatives from Platinum Sponsors FacePhi and IDnow. is a media partner of the event.

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Aratek | authentication | biometrics | conferences | digital identity | Futuristic Group | integration | Panini | TRUSTECH

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