20 April, 2010
MaxID, a provider of identity solutions, and CoreStreet, an ActivIdentity subsidiary and provider of credential validation solutions, announced the sale of additional iDLMaxG Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) accredited handheld biometric reader devices to the U.S. Coast Guard.
The iDLMaxG units delivered to the Coast Guard are bundled with the CoreStreet PIVMAN client software, which provides a TWIC?compatible solution that has been in operational use for more than three years in the DOD, Department of Homeland Security, various states, and is on the FIPS 201 Approved Products List.
The United States Coast Guard is mandated with the enforcement of the TWIC program. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The iDLMaxG is a multi?modal, rugged mobile computer that includes QWERTY keyboard, contact card, contactless card, bar code, optical fingerprint, and optional magnetic swipe and MRZ readers with a digital camera, GPS, and comprehensive communications capabilities.
The iDLMaxG is an integrated mobile solution for badging and identity management requirements that is capable of checking TWIC, CAC, PIV, PIV-I, FRAC cards, passports and driver licenses.