Italy-based biometrics firm Green Bit plans to reveal a new product family called DactyID and new fingerprint anti-spoofing software feature during an upcoming event.The new products will be launched at the Global Identity Summit 2016, taking place at Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, FL, September 19-22.In a statement, Green Bit noted that the DactyID family has been designed having in mind the fast expanding market of digital transactions and added value e-services, such as: Banking, Healthcare, Commerce, etc.The DactyID20, the first model of the new range, is a compact single-finger FAP 20 FBI/PIV livescan, offering a built-in patented liveness finger detection system.The sensor unit is available in two versions: as desktop unit and as OEM version for its integration in third-party systemsThe firm will also showcase a new MultiScan_SDK add-on: the GBT_FFD-DIEE. This fake-finger detection feature can be used on the flagship Green Bit product DactyScan84c and doesn't require any physical upgrade or HW modification.The algorithms are capable to “learn” during use, thus improving efficiency over time. This SW package has been developed in collaboration with the Electronic Engineering Department of Cagliari University.