Biometric fingerprint sensors firm Integrated Biometrics stated today that the company has received more than 2000 orders for its Five-0 FAP50 scanner during its first month of availability.The firm cited the level of single-month demand demonstrates as market validation for the rugged, mobile FBI Certified 10-finger scanner.”Mobile enrollment and verification provide the must-have capabilities for law enforcement, border control, and commercial identity services,” said Stephen Thies, Chief Executive Officer of Integrated Biometrics. “Our Five-0 is engineered to be the most mobile, reliable, and easy to use 10-finger product available.”Five-0 operates as a standalone or embedded sensor that runs for hours using power from a smartphone while delivering FBI certified images. In a statement, the firm said its FAP50 format enables mobile field enrollment and verification.Initial customers include leading international identity management providers in the United Kingdom, the European Union, Japan, Thailand, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada, as well as multiple United States Federal agencies and commercial organizations. Integrated Biometrics has expanded its Five-0 production capacity to meet demand.”We combined our vision and technological leadership with a deep commitment to listening to the market when we produced Five-0,” continued Thies. “We are grateful to our customers for confirming the value in our approach.”