Telos ID’s fingerprint solutions comply with FBI’s image quality specifications

January 14, 2015 - 

Telos ID announced that its fingerprint capture and enrollment software and devices have been certified as being compliant with the FBI’s criminal justice information services division.

Telos ID’s MobileAssure Fingerprint Web Capture and MobileAssure Universal Enrollment software have both comply with the FBI division’s integrated automated fingerprint identification system image quality specifications Appendix F.

MobileAssure Capture software is designed for identity capture including biographic and biometric collection and submission, for the purpose of identity verification, enrollment and credentialing.

“Telos ID continues to work closely with the FBI and other law enforcement and security agencies to ensure the quality and accuracy of biometric data, enhancing their ability to meet their missions of protecting the American public,” said Telos ID president Mark Griffin.

Representatives of the FBI and the MITRE Corporation’s image processing laboratory conducted the reviews of Telos ID’s software and device using the Green Bit DactyScan 84C tenprint and Identification Flats device at 500 ppi without membrane and CrossMatch LSCAN Guardian tenprint and Identification Flats device at 500 ppi with membrane.

The certifications also cover Telos ID’s software incorporating these devices.

Telos ID provides identity protection and management solutions to the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and other agencies in the federal government’s national security community, as well as commercial enterprises.

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