Safran Launches New Fingerprint Terminal at ISC West (See Video)

| March 30, 2017

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Safran, a global leader in identity and security solutions, will launch MorphoAccess® SIGMA Extreme, its new access and time fingerprint terminal, at the upcoming ISC West exhibition in Las Vegas.

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