Innovatrics updates its automated biometric identification system

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Innovatrics today introduced ABIS 7, the most recent update of its automated biometric identification system, designed to provide government, enterprise, and law enforcement organizations with an easy-to-integrate, scalable, standards-compliant, high-performance biometrics solution.

Combining fingerprint, face and iris recognition technology, ABIS 7 enables private and public organizations to create an identity management system tailored to its needs. Containing independent and configurable modules, ABIS users are able to edit and compare latent prints and search for an individual based on faces automatically detected in video files respectively. Advanced exception management and enrollment modules allow flexible configuration capabilities.

“Innovatrics ABIS 7 is our most advanced ABIS ever released, featuring the latest generation of industry-leading fingerprint, face and iris recognition algorithms,” explains Daniel Ferák, head of product management at Innovatrics. “This, complemented by new business modules, enables us to deliver tailored biometric solutions to our partners and end users. The open architecture, digital onboarding, flexible licensing, and ultimately, the speed and accuracy afforded by ABIS 7 allow system integrators and solution providers to tailor-make their own biometric systems that correspond to their specific requirements regardless of the use case.”

Last summer Innovatrics joined the International Biometrics + Identity Association (IBIA).

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