Livescan stations haven’t changed much in 20 years. They suffer from an obsolete design, outdated user interface, lack of security features and poor maintainability.
NEC’s SmartScan solution is different and can help take law enforcement to the next level. It offers a modern, user-friendly interface with the Microsoft Windows OS. Touch screens, with swipe and pinch-and-zoom functionality, are as familiar to operators as using their mobile devices. This modern, intuitive interface guides the operator through the record creation process minimising errors and increasing efficiency.
Our SmartScan Stations can be delivered in different configurations from cabinet, desktop and portable, and depending on the needs of a department or agency, our solution offers support for many different peripherals and modes of capture.
A fresh, new approach to a multimodal biometrics capture solutions.
With a proud 50 year history in the Australian market, we’re always looking for new ways to support safety and security.
NEC began its research and development of automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS) in 1971. A world leader in developing biometric technology solutions, NEC now supplies the law enforcement and identity management sectors with best-in-class applications.
Capture any biometric image using top-tiered hardware and validate using both NEC superior and standard NIST image quality checks. Agency users can quickly learn NEC’s SmartScan software to process more applicants, arrestees and offenders in less time and with fewer number of workstations.
The innovative force in identification.
NEC's biometric algorithms are often ranked #1 in independent benchmark tests.
Multi-factor authentication and virtualisation-based security to protect credentials, roles and privileges.
Different hardware choices regarding configurations, computers, displays, and capture peripherals.
UI based on Windows OS. Web browser allows remote management and control by system administrators.
Image capture validated using both NEC superior and standard NIST image quality checks.
Process more applicants, arrestees and offenders in less time and with fewer workstations.
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