We’re a little behind schedule, but still on track for a November release for the much awaited project Tokyo! We have at last, (after 5 prototypes!), finally agreed on the positioning of the Secugen biometric reader and as many of you will have already seen, we have opted for a high-gloss finish rather that the traditional mat finish used for the past 20 years. The overall look is very impressive and reaction from end-users has been extremely positive – especially when we outline the technical potential of the new terminal and the features that it will provide.
Peter Konnanov has completed the Tokyo PSU PCB and interface PCB and Nathan Price has completed phase 1 of the Tokyo software development. Tokyo is now ready for the beta testing phase.
We are in the process of making up the first 10 prototypes and aim to install the first at UK:Electronics in early June.
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