Veridium’s 4 Fingers Export allows officers on the street to identify anyone in real-time by comparing a person’s fingerprints against those in the national Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). It requires NO new hardware because it is an app that operates on the standard Android smartphones officers already carry on patrol.
How it Works
When a suspect is approached and asked for their ID, the officer can quickly check to see if he or she is the person they say they are. The officer scans the person’s hand with their smartphone app, then the image of their four fingers is exported at 500 PPI and matched against the country’s legacy database. Previously officers had to bring a person to a station for identification.
Veridium’s system increases public safety by allowing police to remain on the streets and it decreases the inconvenience to citizens caused by misidentification and lost time. Unlike other solutions on the market, Veridium’s require no additional hardware making it less than half of the cost, easy to deploy, and update.