BioLink has announced a partnership with ADC, a leading Vietnamese supplier of security solutions, according to a report published in PRLEAP.com. The alliance is focused toward implementing biometric technologies with state authorities and commercial structures. Through participation in governmental programs of development, the partnership will look to deploy brand new identification documents with embedded biometrics (passports, visas, e-documents, etc.) so as to meet modern internationally accepted standards.
BioLink’s product line of fingerprint optical scanners BioLink U-Match (USB and Ethernet interfaces, office and mountable versions, including mobile identification terminals) generated a lot of interest among visitors. An automated multi-biometric information system BioLink AMIS intended for large scale projects for development and issuance of biometric identifying documents, reliable provision of social services, banking, financial and other institutions has also generated a lot of interest.
Piotr Pertsov, BioLink’s director of business development, was quoted as saying in the report, “The Asia-Pacific region is one of the most dynamically evolving and promising biometric markets for establishing partner relations. We are very much motivated to penetrate into a biometric identification market of Vietnam, a country with one of the most quickly developing economies of the Asia-Pacific region”.