Currently biometric devices require dedicated software to interact with other electronic devices (e.g. computers, handhelds, mobiles). When either device changes, the wheel must essentially be recreated–or at least the software that drives it. “If devices can understand the Web inherently and the device changes,” explains Micheals, “you don’t have to rely on the software that hinders interoperability.”These protocols will certainly help make our job easier.
Overcoming the challenges inherent in integrating diverse biometric hardware and software into coherent solutions delivered over multiple platforms is what SecurLinx does.