Crossmatch Introduces Two New Products to Enhance Law Enforcement...

Crossmatch Introduces Two New Products to Enhance Law Enforcement Community

By Gov CIO Outlook | Friday, November 30, 2018

CHICAGO, FA: Crossmatch, provider of livescan, mobile and identity management solutions, has unveiled its two new products, Mobile ID application and Commander mobile device management software, to provide law enforcement community with an integrated solution for mobile identity management and device administration. Both the products are launched at International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

“Crossmatch livescan and mobile solutions play a pivotal role in supporting the daily efforts of the law enforcement community. We have a long history of delivering innovative solutions that address the evolving needs and requirements of the law enforcement market,” says Richard Agostinelli, CEO of Crossmatch. 

Designed for swift in-filed identification and identity verification, DigitalPersona Mobile ID is a highly-configurable Android-based application. It includes an intuitive user interface for hassle-free input of biographic data and biometric capture processing and submission; and submission and response records from several Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) are logged and clearly displayed for subject disposition. The new product works wonder when installed on the Crossmatch Verifier Sentry handheld and gives PIV-certified 500 ppi images for processing and matching with auto-population of biographical data from standard ID cards.

Whereas, by providing secure administration, oversight and optimization of the networked mobile devices, Commander, a multi-purpose, mobile device management application delivers IT and network system managers a secure, centralized point of access for management and control of deployed devices. It also enables over-the-air software updates, application configurations and administration to make certain security and advanced uptime performance for law enforcement agents in the field.

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