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BioEnable unveils biometric child ID solution in India


BioEnable Technologies Pvt. Ltd., a pioneering company in the field of advanced electronic automation, identification, and tracking products and services, has announced the launch of Child ID solutions, in Pune, India.

With this improved electronic tracking system, the company aims at reducing the incidents of newborn child swapping and child thefts.

The system is completely based upon cloud networking and provides advanced terminal kits for registration and verification of every new born child in a hospital.

BioEnable’s Child-ID system can be used to feed in the demographic and biometric details of a newborn child and parents. This will help in monitoring and tracking child theft, swapping, or even murder by identifying the parents of a child killed on the basis of footprint, iris, and footprint recognition, and face detection.

With a broader aim of reducing child theft, swapping, and female infanticide, hospitals should register every newborn child’s biometric details.

BioEnable’s onlinesystem and terminal kits also interface with the firm’s fingerprint scanner, which in addition to other identification and tracking devices, can be seamlessly integrated with the Child-ID solution to generate more effective and automated identification.

“There are lot of cases of child theft and newborn child swaps which are either mistakes or intentional. Most of them are either not reported or are never known to parents. All these situations can be controlled with Child ID solutions,” said Dr. Pradeep Bhatia of BioEnable Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

The system is absolutely user-friendly, and can also be extended in the future to directly link with Aadhaar data.

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