NexID Biometrics relocates to Shipley Center for Innovation at Clarkson University

POTSDAM, NY – 7/1/2011 – NexID Biometrics, a leading provider of spoof mitigation and liveness detection solutions for the biometric authentication industry, today announced its relocation to the Clarkson University Shipley Center for Innovation’s business incubator located in Potsdam, NY. The incubator provides office space, lab facilities, and conference rooms to small and emerging enterprises. In addition to office space for its software development efforts, NexID Biometrics will also house its Spoof Mitigation Lab in the incubator.

About NexID Biometrics
NexID Biometrics is a leading software and technology supplier to the biometric authentication industry. The company develops and licenses liveness detection software that enables fingerprint-scanning technologies to more accurately authenticate scanned images by mitigating spoof-related risks. The company also provides testing and analysis of fingerprint scanning devices to identify existing vulnerabilities to known spoofing strategies. The company’s founders represent some of the world’s leading authorities on biometric spoof mitigation and liveness detection.

About Shipley Center for Innovation
Located in Potsdam, NY, the mission of the Clarkson University Shipley Center for Innovation is to accelerate the commercialization of discovery-driven innovations into the marketplace, to foster and accelerate the exchange of ideas between the various schools on the Clarkson campus and industry, and to prepare and educate Clarkson faculty and students for the 21st century entrepreneurial workplace. Clarkson University is well suited to reach these objectives, as it is the center of technology, engineering, applied science and education within St. Lawrence County, NY.