British company plans to open R&D centre in Vilnius
UK’s IDScan Biometrics, a leading European provider of solutions for ID authentication, has chosen Lithuania to establish an R&D unit, wrote news2biz Lithuania. The R&D centre, to cost LTL 2.3 million (€666,000), will be staffed by 10 researchers whose task will be to develop new biometric algorithms for ID authentication and security products built by IDScan. Tamlyn Thompson, head of IDScan Biometrics, has told news2biz it was too early to talk about the details as the final investment decision has not been made yet. IDScan’s ID authentication products are used by banks, insurance companies, telecoms, leasing and rental companies as well as airports, health-care institutions and other sectors.
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