) has been selected by the West Virginia State Police to deploy its Motorola Printrak Biometric Identification Solution (BIS).
Motorola's latest BIS solution features new algorithms for improved analysis of multi-modal biometric data delivering tenprint, latent, palmprint and facial images.
The solution supports a 1000 Pixels Per Inch (PPI) resolution for tenprint, latent, palmprint and facial images.
It also features true Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware, delivering greater flexibility to expand and upgrade the system as future demand requires.
"Motorola offered the technical solution that best met our needs," First Lieutenant Michael Corsaro, the Director of Criminal Records and the AFIS Program for the West Virginia State Police said.
"Motorola's new BIS includes a number of technological advances that will provide improved accuracy and enable us to capture and search palmprints, further assisting forensic teams in our crime-solving efforts."
In addition to the BIS, West Virginia State Police are implementing digital booking capabilities with new 1000 PPI Motorola Printrak LiveScan Stations.
These new biometric acquisition tools feature a more intuitive user interface and faster biometric processing enabling high-quality image submission with even the most uncooperative suspects.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
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