The Integrated Biometric Workstation (IBW) is a Microsoft Windows® 10-based suite of applications that serve as the user interface for biometric entry, review, and comparison for the Integra-ID MBIS platform. It provides a single point of access to run all standard user functionality for tenprints, latents, and palmprints, as well as supporting processing and display of other modalities, such as face and iris.
The solution includes features such as Browse, Job Queue, Person Entry, Quality Control, Latent Entry and Search Verification, Facial Investigation, Crime Scene Investigation and Batch Scanning. It is designed for law enforcement agencies to enable forensic examiners to identify more offenders faster, for more efficient and effective crime solving.
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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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See how NEC helped SAPOL with an advanced identity management solution that would, within strict budgetary constraints, meet its operational needs and address public service requirements for policing across South Australia.
See how NEC helped the Northern Territory Police Force with a leading edge forensic facial recognition technology solution to fight crime and keep communities safer.
Garry Dickie, Director of Information Systems and Technology, SAPOL