Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center issues RFI for contactless multimodal biometrics identification system

February 14, 2016 - 

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic has posted a Request for Information (RFI) on commercial off the-shelf (COTS) contactless on the move multimodal biometrics identification system.

Once eligible products have been identified, additional information will be requested at a later date.

The Gatekeeper On The Move Biometrics Program, which is overseen by the Solutions in Identity Management (SIM) Integrated Product Team (IPT), is seeking information regarding vendors that already have or are currently developing a contactless on the move multimodal biometrics identification system.

As described in the RFI, the system must be able to capture fingerprint, face, and iris biometrics without the subject having to stop or touch any of the sensors, as well as be able to process at least 10 subjects per minute.

The GOTM-B Program and the SIM IPT will review the information submitted by vendors and conduct objective comparative assessments and validations of commercial equipment and products then provide those results to the biometrics community.

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