October 26, 2015 -
Crossmatch and LEID Products, LLC are both showcasing their biometric solutions for law enforcement agencies at this week’s International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) trade show.
The trade show, held at McCormick Place West in Chicago from October 24-27, features more than 650 companies and their products for law enforcement agencies, including tactical equipment, weaponry, asset management, intelligence technology and more.
Crossmatch launched its new DigitalPersona Mobile ID application and Commander mobile device management software, which provide law enforcement with an integrated solution for mobile identity management and device administration.
Mobile ID is a configurable Android-based application designed to achieve fast in-field identification and identity verification.
Featuring an intuitive user interface for seamless input of biographic data and biometric capture processing and submission, the app enables users to log submission and response records with a clear display for subject disposition.
Crossmatch’s Commander mobile device management solution is able to provision and administer a range of handheld devices, such as the Crossmatch Verifier Sentry.
The solution provides users to establish a secure connection between the handheld device and the secure server.
Commander also functions as a store and forward technique for record submission and response processing, as well as management, to multiple AFIS.
“Crossmatch livescan and mobile solutions play a pivotal role in supporting the daily efforts of the law enforcement community,” said Richard Agostinelli, Crossmatch CEO. “We have a long history of delivering innovative solutions that address the evolving needs and requirements of the law enforcement market.”
The company will also exhibit its recently launched Guardian ten-print and L Scan palmprint livescan devices for criminal booking and applicant background check processing.
Meanwhile, LEID Products is showcasing its patented biometrically-accessed BACS Asset Management Systems and unveiling its new MATRIX high-density storage line.
LEID will conduct live demonstrations of its BACS Systems, intelligent biometric access control systems used to secure and track critical inventory including weapons, critical equipment, keys and evidence.
The BACS Systems enable law enforcement officers to pick up and drop off items identified via RFID or barcode.
Using remote, web-based asset/evidence management software, administrators are able to monitor and control the inventory around the clock, while the electronic chain of custody reports keep a full record of all items stored in BACS Asset and Evidence Management Systems.
In addition to its flagship BACS product line, LEID Products said will also be displaying a new product line.