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Fingerprint Card

Fingerprint Card

Smart Cards are becoming increasingly smarter - and more multifunctional

New features allow the cards to be used in an increasingly interactive and versatile way.

Fingerprint cards in combination with RFID and/or NFC significantly expand the application spectrum of conventional smart cards.

Yiwen Jin

Since its establishment in 2002, B-Id has become one of the leading developers, manufacturers and suppliers of RFID hardware for the European and North American markets.

Yiwen Jin
Managing Director
Hannoversch Münden, Germany

Key Figures

  • Fulfillment of flexion and torsion tests according to ISO standards, in which the cards are bent up to 15 degrees upwards and downwards 250 times from each side
  • Cards in ISO format with integrated fingerprint sensor
  • Integration of an EMV dual interface chip is possible
  • Integrated rechargeable battery allows up to 300 fingerprint identifications without recharging


  • Banking
  • Access to high security areas
  • Mobile ID in e-commerce
  • Sovereign tasks, such as identity cards or medical cards

B-Id is a leading developer, manufacturer, and supplier of RFID hardware, fingerprint and display cards with a focus on the European market.

The portfolio includes but is not limited to:

  • Key fobs in LF, HF, UHF & frequency combinations
  • Industrial transponder OEM/ODM
  • RFID transponders LF, HF, UHF & frequency combinations: tags, tokens, on-metal tags
  • High-temperature UHF labels and inlays with a temperature resistance of up to 250 degrees Celsius
  • Antenna/inlay design for customer-specific projects
  • Fingerprint ISO cards with and without battery, DOT Matrix Display ISO cards

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