NEC has bagged a multi-year biometrics service deal from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD).
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NEC’s Integra ID 5, a Multimodal Biometrics Identification Solution (MBIS), supports the current and future identification needs of LASD. Integra ID 5 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has built-in support of numerous biometrics modalities including fingerprint, palmprint, face, iris, voice and DNA. NEC’s fingerprint and NeoFace facial recognition technologies are included in the service offerings.
Josh Thai of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, said: “NEC’s experience in offering solutions, their fingerprint and facial recognition technology and their ability to meet our business continuity and disaster recovery requirements, all under a flat monthly fee, were among key advantages of the NEC offering.”
NEC will supply active-active disaster recovery solution located in NEC’s FBI CJIS-compliant (Criminal Justice Information System) Data Center, Network and Remote Managed Services as well as standards, EBTS-based (Electronic Biometric Transmission Specifications) interfaces with state and local agencies including California Department of Justice, Western Identification Network and FBI Next Generation Identification (NGI).