Career at Precise Biometrics

Career at Precise Biometrics

Do you have a heart for innovative technology?

For 20 years, we have persistently been moving the boundaries of the possible in fingerprint biometrics thanks to our strong spirit of innovation and engagement in continuous improvement of functionality and performance of our technology. As a leader in fingerprint software we are looking for candidates who share our dedication for excellence and reliable quality.

If you are interested in joining one of the most experienced and exciting companies within a fast-growing technology area, email your interest and CV to

Vacant positions:

Machine Learning & Analytics Support Engineer


Write your Master thesis with us

Precise Biometrics is constantly searching for dedicated and driven students who want to write their Master thesis in collaboration with us. By doing that you are contributing with valuable knowledge and laying the foundation for further development of our proven fingerprint technology, which has been integrated in over 190 mobile devices from 40 smartphone manufacturers and 160 000 000 national ID cards.


We are focusing on research in fingerprint biometrics and anti-spoof/liveness detection. Below are some suggestions on topics for Master thesis that we have in progress. If you have other ideas, we would like to hear them!

  • AFIS 1 to many classification for embedded systems
  • Machine learning & Deep learning within fingerprint biometrics
  • Biometric performance of synthetic image enlargement

Sounds interesting? Contact
Fredrik Clementson, Director R&D


Name: Deniz Misirli
Working at Precise Biometrics since: 2001
Works as: System Architect
Leisure interests: Concerts, listens to psych rock and drone



What’s a normal working day like for you?
I work with our products in both business areas, Fingerprint Technology and Mobile Smart Card Solutions. Among other things, I’m responsible for making sure that the products follow a common thread, which means that APIs are consistent and compatible. I also make sure that our products comply with the standards that affect them, for example ISO, and monitor developments in the various standardization platforms such as FIDO Alliance and Global Platform.

My day starts with a breakfast coffee and a status check with my colleagues. Then the priorities for the day are made, maybe something happened overnight and there has to be some re-prioritizing. You have to be agile, as developments are moving so quickly, especially in the field of fingerprint technology.

What’s the most enjoyable thing about your job?
Being able to work with competent, inventive people.

What do you think will be the next big thing?
I think that FIDO will be much bigger than it is now. FIDO Alliance is an organization that develops specifications and certifies compatible products for simple, secure online authentication. FIDO authentication with fingerprints could have made people’s everyday lives so much easier.

Name: Ann-Marie Jansson
Age: 50
Working at Precise Biometrics since: 2016
Works as: Test and Support Engineer
Leisure interests: Gardening, trips to the countryside, cooking and home improvements




What’s a normal working day like for you?
Customer support is top of the list of priorities. My colleague Håkan, who’s also a test and support engineer, and I deal with cases as soon as they pop up. We collaborate a lot on customer support, which gives us a joint understanding of customers and their questions. It’s a challenge to interpret what’s being requested and to answer the customer in an encouraging way. When there’s time between support cases, I work to improve the regression test, to update test specifications and to test JIRA cases.

What’s the most enjoyable thing about your job?
Being able to work in a team, discussing and finding solutions together with my colleagues makes me feel a sense of community and helps me to develop.

What are you looking forward to in 2017?
Continuing the task of enhancing our tests to make sure that what we deliver to customers is of the highest quality. The development of algorithms is moving quickly, which makes it especially important that we test correctly, for example that we perform continuous regression tests to capture bugs, and also that we test before integrations and in connection with delivery.