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IDetect introduces low-cost handheld ID verification scanner

Andy Williams   ||   Sep 18, 2008  ||   

Saint James, N.Y.-based IDetect has released a new age verification scanner ideal for use on college campuses. The portable, ruggedized IDetect LITE ID Scanner can also scan driver licenses and corporate IDs.

While it can scan 3D bar codes and magnetic stripe IDs, if the license or ID can’t be scanned, IDetect will take a picture of the license which can help bar owners or liquor store operators avoid fines or license revocations.

Automatically upon an identification scan, the entrant’s picture is taken and saved with entry information. The picture can be used to locate any individual in seconds. IDetect’s exclusive license picture function also takes a picture of an ID that is not able to be scanned.

This feature, coupled with the automatic picture of the entrant, and the IDetect ID scanner’s time and date stamp history feature, is a strong defense and proof of diligence against fines and state authority investigations. IDetect’s License Scanners also flag an ID that is fake, tampered with, shared with another entrant, or banned for any reason, all in less than a second.

IDetect ID Validation Systems have been utilized for more than 15 years in night clubs, universities, casinos, military bases, office buildings, rental car agencies, festivals, banks and liquor stores throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

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