August 27, 2015 -
Systems integrator and software developer X Infotech announced it recently teamed up with local partner Atea to provide a biometric solution for the mobile enrollment program for the Lithuanian Police.
X Infotech and Atea recently won the public procurement organized by the Lithuanian Police, continuing their proven track record in identity management.
The companies worked together to deliver the solution that accurately captures and stores biometric data for issuance of various identity documents, such as passports, identity cards and residence permits.
X Infotech’s biometric enrollment solution is able to read fingerprints, as well as capture photo, signature and biographic data in compliance with the international ICAO requirements.
The solution encrypts the biometric fingerprint data and exports it to the central system which is integrated with the population register to prevent the issuance of document duplicates.
By using the biometric enrollment solution, the Lithuanian Police be able to increase the efficiency and flexibility of the mobile enrollment processes in the country, enabling officers to enroll people in any location or at any time.
Additionally, the application for personalization of identity documents will become even more accessible as a result of the lightweight portable unit.
“X Infotech is proud to be a key supplier of the biometric enrollment software in our neighbour country, Lithuania,” said Sergey Yeliseyev, business development director at X Infotech. “This project is another excellent proof that X Infotech is a trustworthy and experienced supplier, who enables local partners to win biometric and eID projects despite of strong competition from international players.
“Our advanced biometric solution will improve the workflow of mobile enrollment and will facilitate eID document issuance for the Lithuanian Police together with the document holders. Once again we have leveraged our unrivalled expertise in biometric solutions. We hope that the successful implementation of the biometric enrollment project in Lithuania will bring many more future projects in this region.”