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Australian police gain mobile fingerprinting terminals

Sagem Securite : 13 March, 2009  (Application Story)
With the Morpho RapID 1100 mobile biometric fingerprint capture and recognition terminals, New South Wales Police have new method of performing real-time field identification checks
Sagem Sécurité (SAFRAN Group) has delivered 500 Morpho RapID 1100 mobile terminals to New South Wales Police Force in Australia. Intended for mobile police units, this new-generation terminal provides real-time identification checks using fingerprint recognition.

The Morpho RapID 1100 features 3G technology and a latest-generation personal digital assistant (PDA)*, providing a direct, secure and permanent link with the Australian government agency CrimTrac. It will give police officers immediate access to reliable information on people's identities, enabling them to work more efficiently when they're in the field.

'Sagem Sécurité's proven expertise in Australia played a major role in winning this new contract,' said Cyril Dujardin, managing director of the local subsidiary Sagem Australasia. 'We have been working closely with the New South Wales Police Force for eight years, and have already supplied nearly 120 stations to record fingerprints and palmprints (Livescan).

The New South Wales Police Force is once again technology pioneers, making them one of the best equipped police forces in the world.'

Introduced in July 2008, the Morpho RapID 1100 can expand its scope of application to include other uses, such as border security, stadium access control or driver license checks.
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