SecuGen SDKs are Free of Charge and feature advanced, minutiae-based fingerprint recognition technology that allow developers to build leading-edge biometric applications that embed the use of SecuGen fingerprint readers.
SecuGen SDK's are available for the following operating systems:
FDx SDK Pro for Windows (1:1 Matching, with Java support)
FDx SDK Pro for Linux (1:1 Matching, with Java support)
FDx SDK Pro for Android (1:1 Matching, with Java support)
SecuBSP SDK Pro for Windows (1:1 Matching)
SecuSearch SDK Pro for Windows (1:N Matching)
FDx SDK for Windows CE
SecuGen ISO Image SDK for Windows (ISO/IEC 19794-4 Standard Image Capture)
Features of SecuGen SDKs
Easy to Integrate
SecuGen SDKs make it quick and easy to integrate SecuGen fingerprint scanning, template generation (minutiae extraction), and template matching functions (both one-to-one and one-to-many) into almost any type of software application.
Flexible for Most Development Needs
SecuGen SDKs are available as low-level API ("FDx") and high-level API ("BSP") packages that support a wide range of operating systems and development environments.
Support for Leading Biometric Standards
Many SecuGen SDKs support U.S. and international biometric standards and include algorithms that have been intensively tested by NIST for compliance.
Every SDK includes full documentation to assist with development and deployment.
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What's the Difference Between "Pro" and "Non-Pro" SDKs?
The "Pro" SDKs provide our latest algorithms that are designed for better performance and support leading biometric industry standards.
The "Non-Pro" SDKs provide our original algorithms that support a wide range of platforms as well as earlier models of SecuGen fingerprint readers.
What's the Difference Between "FDx" and "BSP" SDKs?
Both FDx and BSP types of SDKs are easy to use and provide everything you need to implement fingerprint functions including fingerprint enrolment (fingerprint capture & template extraction), template management, and verification (1:1 template matching).
The FDx SDKs provide low-level APIs giving you maximum flexibility in design.
The BSP SDKs provide high-level APIs with pre-made GUI wizards for fingerprint functions.