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Aprilis

Aprilis, Inc. (www.aprilisinc.com) based in Maynard, MA., is the technology leader in holographic imaging technologies and devices for biometric fingerprinting identification, authentication, and matching. The Company's HoloSensor line of fingerprint readers provide demonstrably higher quality images than any device currently in production today. These devices have been combined with proprietary software algorithms to address many of the acknowledged deficiencies in current fingerprint identification systems. Aprilis' hardware and software capabilities provide the only current roadmap to commercial AFIS Level III products. The Company was founded on the vision of creating best-in-class devices based upon proprietary holographic technologies. Aprilis's products, including its HoloSensor line and high-density media are designed to provide the highest value of combined accuracy, performance, and reliability.

  • August 14, 2006 - Dow Corning Corporation acquired the assets from the holographic data storage business of Aprilis, Inc.
  • editor's note:- Aprilis, Inc. commenced operations in 1999 to commercialize proprietary holographic data storage technology.
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