The first advanced technology workstation for the FBI’s Next Generation Identification system has been delivered by the Lockheed Martin-led team. The workstation was installed at the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division Complex in Clarksburg, W.Va.,
The new workstations offer service providers and analysts larger display screens with higher resolution and true color support, enabling them to see more detailed attributes of biometric data.
In addition to enhanced display and processing capabilities, the workstations have an improved system infrastructure featuring commodity hardware architecture to allow for easy, affordable upgrades as technology evolves.
The entire NGI system is being designed with a significant degree of flexibility to accommodate new technologies and other biometric modalities that may mature and become important to law enforcement efforts in the future.
The Lockheed Martin-led NGI team includes Accenture, BAE Systems Information Technology Inc., Global Science & Technology, IBM and Innovative Management & Technology Services.