Aurora, CO, August 20, 2014 –
iBeta Quality Assurance (“iBeta”), an accredited Biometrics Testing Laboratory under the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP), was awarded a Fingerprint Evaluation Study Contract from Sandia National Laboratories under sponsorship by the Department of Homeland Security; Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency, Resilient Systems Division.
The Biometrics Team at iBeta is very excited to begin a second project with Sandia National Laboratories sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security. This Fingerprint Evaluation Study is being conducted with biometric devices provided by the device manufacturers: 3M, Integrated Biometrics, Lumidigm, and Precise Biometrics. The success of this study requires continued co-operation with those vendors and continued expert guidance from DHS.
More information on this study will be provided at the Global Identify Summit (GIS) during a DHS briefing on DHS S&T Identify Programs. Rick Lazarick, Chief Scientist – Biometrics, Computer Sciences Corporation will be speaking at the GIS in Tampa, FL on September 17th at 9:30 am (Track A). For more information about the Global Identity Summit in Tampa, FL, please visit http://events.jspargo.com/id14/public/enter.aspx.
Headquartered in Metro Denver (Aurora) Colorado, iBeta offers a full range of software quality services. Our services encompass many different software quality activities, such as quality assurance, functionality testing, mobile testing, performance testing, compatibility testing, code reviews, IV & V, and test plan engineering. Our testing labs can handle a wide variety of software architectures, such as simple web-based applications, stand-alone software packages, and complex client-server architectures.
More information about iBeta’s Biometrics Department and its QA Testing services in general, can be found at iBeta’s website at www.iBeta.com.