The manual comparison of fingerprint patterns and ridges by police departments to recognize individuals has been performed since the late 1800s. Technological advances have led to the availability of rapid, completely automated, commercial fingerprint systems for verification purposes. For over a hundred years, law enforcement agencies have used fingerprinting as an effective means of identifying criminals widely. Police gain the most benefit because a criminal＊s biometrics information such as fingerprints, iris, mugshot, etc, may already be held in a database. This enables forensic information collected at a crime scene to be matched against the database.
An AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System) is designed to enable a fingerprint to be matched extremely quickly against a large number of records in a criminal database. To do this effectively, fingerprint systems that are used for large-scale identification (1:N) purposes always hold encodings information from all 10 fingers (rather than just 1).
Nowadays police agencies have achieved significant success with fingerprint authentication, facial recognition, matching the mugshot of a suspect against a database of offenders.
Our biometrics device is just designed to meet this demand which allows instant Enrollment, 1:1 Verification and 1:N Identification locally or with back-end office system. The portability of this tablet enables law enforcement workers to carry it in the mobile field environment.
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