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BIOMETRIC SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR COMFORT AND SAFETY
  • Real Time Identification System

    Rapid identification of citizens in a few seconds. High speed of identification is achieved due to the unique accelerating algorithms. This system would significantly improve safety of mass sports and social events - the Olympic Games, world championships, festivals, concerts.

  • AFIS

    The Sonda’s unique algorithms always prove their great accuracy in the biometric world tests and competitions and meet the requirements of international biometric standards.

  • Sonda's Fingerprint Scanners

    The unique volumetric prism reads 120° of the finger surface and provides high quality and accuracy. It excludes the rolling procedure making the process of registration easier and faster.

  • Sonda's SDK

    Designed for integration of fingerprint identification into wide range of civil and criminal applications such as criminal AFIS, National IDs, access control systems and many others.Sonda's SDKs provide easy integration to any system.

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Students of Snezhinsk now use their fingerprints to get to school
Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation (FpVTE-2012)
Sonda Technologies Company International tests Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation (FpVTE-2012)
Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation (FpVTE-2012)

By the end of 2014 tests of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) FpVTE-12 (Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation 2012) were completed. It was the most important testing in the world of biometric identification which lasted for two years. FpVTE was conducted primarily to assess the current capabilities of fingerprint identification technologies in one-to-many mode using operational datasets containing several million subjects.

This was the first large-scale one-to-many fingerprint evaluation conducted at NIST in its history. The main feature of the tests is the large scale database sand various data types. The current FpVTE used a testing model closer to real one-to-many identification systems. The number of subjects used was also significantly higher, about 10 million subjects in the testing data sets.

There were three classes of participation that examined one-to-many identification using various finger combinations from single finger up to ten fingers. Class A used index fingers capture data and evaluated index fingers identification with out segmentation on database of 1.6 million records. Class B used identification flat captures (4-4-2; left slap, right slap, and two thumbs simultaneously) and evaluated ten-finger, eight-finger and four-finger identification with segmentation on database of 3 million records. Class C used rolled and plain impression (4-4-1-1; left slap, right slap, left thumb, and right thumb) captures and evaluated ten-finger rolled-to-rolled, plain-to-plain and plain-to-rolled identification with segmentation on database of 5 million records.

Both experts and organizers of tests gave much attention to the results in Class C on database of 5 million records. The first three places on identification accuracy granted to three biometric giants: NEC (Japan), Morpho / Safran (France) and 3M Cogent (USA).

Sonda in the plain-to-rolled searching mode took the 4-th place right after the leaders, in plain-to-plain and rolled-to rolled modes Sonda was on the 5-th place.The error probability of 0.3% differed about two times from the group of leaders. But in some tests the searching speed and length of mathematical code of Sonda’s algorithms exceeded leaders. In all other tests Sonda invariably held positions in the top five. Thus Sonda's algorithms provided high accuracy while limiting time and computational resources for most finger combinations.

Test 1 FpVTE-2012

Following the testing results NIST marked out a group of five companies which submitted optimal algorithms based on three factors: the identification accuracy, searching speed and computational resources required. Those companies are: Sonda (Russia), Innovatrics (Slovakia), Morpho (France), ID Solutions (USA) and AA Technology (China).

Test 2 FpVTE-2012

Please visit the NIST site for the official report: http://dx.doi.org/10.6028/NIST.IR.8034


New Sonda’s algorithms on FVC

New Sonda’s algorithms on FVC

Sonda submitted two new algorithms on the regular Fingerprint Verification Competition - the advanced fingerprint algorithm and the algorithm of palmprint identification. Results were published on July 14 for fingerprint algorithm and on July 18 for palmprint algorithm.

Sonda to meet the PF of Argentina

Sonda to meet the PF of Argentina

On July 13 the Sonda Technologies Ltd. specialists had a meeting with the Argentinian police delegation headed by Mr. Guillermo Berra, Deputy Minister and Auditor General of the Security Service of the Interior Ministry of the Buenos Aires province.

CIS Interior Ministries to be armed with Sonda technology

CIS Interior Ministries to be armed with Sonda technology

The Real-Time Identification System was demonstrated as a matter of special pride of the Russian police at the regular meeting of the Council of Ministers of internal Affairs of the CIS held in Dushanbe. The Real-Time Identification System is based on identification algorithm developed by Sonda Technologies company.




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