Cross Match Technologies is participating in and a sponsor of the Biometrics Exhibition and Conference 2013 being held in London from the 15th through until the 17th of October.
Cross Match will be demonstrating its range of biometric solutions that enhance security, privacy, and convenience across multiple use cases for governments, law enforcement agencies, and commercial businesses. Of particular note are:
Webs – a Web-enabled modular software platform for biometric enrolment, matching, and watchlist management. WEBS enrolment is the first completely Web-based approach for the collection and submission of applicant enrolment data, which improves security, provides centralized maintenance and administration, and reduces the total cost of ownership. The WEBS Match module is a configurable and scalable server-based ABIS solution providing centralized biometric matching of fingerprint and iris images for a wide range of applications.
Seek Avenger – a multi-biometric mobile handheld with full credential reading options. The device incorporates state-of-the-art fingerprint and dual stand-off iris sensors that enable image capture in direct sunlight, increasing deployment flexibility. A range of secure credential reader and communication options, and biometric matching against a 100,000 or optional 250,000 record onboard watchlist, are just a few of the capabilities available in this 3.2 lbs (1.4 kg) device.
Authenticator – a new credential reader that provides a more secure, flexible, and intuitive approach to high volume credential processing. The reader is designed with a field-replaceable platen, 500ppi resolution and 24-bit color, and has one of the smallest footprints available on the market today.
CEIS – a criminal enrolment and identification solution providing a scalable criminal AFIS, mobile and fixed livescan devices, and forensic workstations. The solution brings together industry leading biometric hardware technologies and an affordable and scalable AFIS system to digitize and streamline the criminal booking, identification, and latent examination processes.