NEC’s Integra-ID Archive application features a web-based user interface, providing authorised users with quick access to all biometric records and associated documents stored in the Unified Database (UDB) archive repository.
The client includes the ability to search, retrieve, view, print, and manage ANSI/NIST-formatted biometric records for identification and investigative processing. Enjoy easy access to stored documents, demographic data, and fingerprint, palmprint, and mugshot images, all in one centralised location.
User level authorisation can be designated based on need. Individual folders and documents can be secured through a "seal" process, hiding content from non-authorised users. A detailed audit trail enables the tracking of user activity performed on folders and documents.
A comprehensive and scalable data repository solution.
NEC is a world leader in integrated, high-availability biometric identification systems. Featuring unparalleled identification matching accuracy and speed, our best-in-breed technology is backed by a global team of biometrics experts.
Since 1969, NEC has enabled Australian businesses to access the latest technology to grow and scale. Supporting 280,000+ endpoints, our local team of 1,500 specialists work hard to provide the best hardware, software and support in the market. Backed by a global team of experts, NEC Australia is committed to helping law enforcement agencies keep communities safe thanks to world-leading biometric technology.
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Rated most accurate finger, face, and iris biometric matching algorithms.
Uses industry-standard software and hardware.
Intuitive, easy and simple to use.
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Garry Dickie, Director of Information Systems and Technology, SAPOL