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Romanian Police looking to procure a facial recognition system


According to a report in the Romanian Insider, the Romanian Police are looking to procure a facial recognition solution that can acquire, compare, and verify facial digital images of suspects, convicts, unidentified persons, missing persons, and unidentified bodies in police investigations.

The images obtained with this system will be compared with photos from the Romanian Police’s database.

An open auction has been launched to select a firm that will take care of implementing the National Biometric Identification System (NBIS).

The contract’s estimated value including VAT is over EUR 1.1 million.

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