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Zwipe EMV-Compliant Fingerprint Cards

Norway-based Zwipe has created technology to capture and store a fingerprint for match-on-card verification of a valid user. It puts that technology on inlays, which it sells to card manufacturers in the U.S. and China to be embedded in standard payment cards. Those inlays support dual interface (contact, contactless) transactions without need of a dedicated battery. The company has created what it calls “power harvesting technology” that uses an NFC terminal to generate the electricity needed to power its biometric engine. In addition to card manufacturers including U.S.-based CPI C...

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June 2017
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