A touch-less fingerprint solution developed by Advanced Optical Systems is set to feature in the latest instalment of the Jason Bourne spy thrillers.The Huntsville-based biometric firm's Andi OTG solution is used at a fictional government site for biometric access, with company leaders telling local press product will be featured for approximately five seconds.”[The devices] are providing access to CIA headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany,” says business development director Chris Centamore to Tech Alabama.AOS provided two prop devices for the filmmakers to use at the fictional government site, and company leaders say the product will be featured for approximately five seconds.”An individual passes their hand through the device, checks their fingerprints against an enrollment and makes sure they're allowed into the super-secret facility,” Centamore explains.