Introducing BioScriber Mobile

12/5/2016

Mobile Biometric Enrollment

Innovative. Intuitive. Responsive. Mobile.

At Innovatrics, we understand that speed, accuracy and ease of use are of critical importance to users of biometric data capture devices. We have developed BioScriber Mobile to bring all the benefits of industry-leading data capture into your hands.

BioScriber Mobile is a complete biometric enrollment system with powerful identity management features. Its mobile, modular nature and customizable workflows make it the perfect solution for any project involving the capture and verification of biometric data. With BioScriber Mobile you can capture fingerprints, faces, personal information and signatures quickly and accurately, anytime, anywhere.

BioScriber Mobile can be used for voter registration and verification, issuance of official documents (identity cards, passports, and driver’s licenses), ghost worker programs, welfare programs (public or private), registration and authentication of commercial clients as well as a host of other potential use cases.

Key features:

  • Compatible with all Android devices
  • Fast capture of fingerprints and faces with real-time quality checking
  • ICAO-compliant face quality check
  • Real-time recognition and identification
  • Stunning accuracy
  • Customizable workflow
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Easy integration

 

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