German biometric firm Jenetric, which in September launched the “world's smallest” flat fingerprint scanner, has revealed that it will enter a second round of financing.In a statement, the company wrote that the investment funds from the second round of financing will be furthermore used to expand the Livetouch product family to collect additional biometric features.In September, the firm released the Livetouch Quattro scanner, which uses TFT technology to fuse fingerprint capture and display technology. The scanner has a height of less than 1 inch and weighs less than 1 lbs.”The whole team impressed us with their determination, with their performance and with their ambitious plans for the future. We are looking forward to accompanying the further development,” says Karin Rabe, Investment Manager of bm|t, the holding company of the Free State of Thuringia.Dr. Ansgar Kirchheim, Investment Manager at HTGF added: “After the successful FBI certification and the start of production, we are pleased to support the large-scale market entry of Jenetric .”Livetouch quattro is the first device fully certified to the FBI standard for Mobile ID FAP 60.Jenetric will be exhibiting at connect:ID 2016, 14-16 March, Washington DC. connect:ID is an international conference and exhibition that focuses on all aspects of identity technologies and the opportunities for their management in both the physical and digital worlds.