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InCadence mobile biometrics solution added to FBI Certified Products List


InCadence Strategic Solutions announced that its Ares mobile biometrics solution has been added to the FBI Certified Products List. Ares is certified in use with several fingerprint scanners manufactured by Integrated Biometrics.

Ares enables state and local law enforcement officers to run real-time Rapid Fingerprint Information Submission searches against county and state-level AFIS repositories as well as the FBI’s Repository for Individuals of Special Concern, which includes wanted persons, sex offenders, and known or suspected terrorists. Ares is also certified to conduct mobile booking when used with four-print scanners. Ares can operate over mobile networks, allowing submission of fingerprint transactions and match responses to a phone or tablet anywhere an officer can connect to a cellular data or Wi-Fi network.

“These national certifications for the Ares mobile biometrics solution open the door for all state and local law enforcement agencies to have this ground-breaking technology in their hands to aid the critical work they do every day,” said Steve Hudson, Program Manager at InCadence. “Local police officers or detectives can now utilize the same time-saving mobile biometrics tool used by federal agents across the country.”

InCadence produces various Ares configurations and is also capable of capturing face and iris images for matching against emerging identification data sets.

Last month InCadence was named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States.

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