Motorola, Inc. has been selected by the West Virginia State Police to deploy its Printrak Biometric Identification Solution. Motorola’s latest biometric product features new algorithms for improved analysis of multi-modal biometric data delivering ten print, latent, palm print and facial images. The software also has been optimized for interoperable file exchange among agencies.
The Motorola Printrak Biometric Identification solution supports a 1000 Pixels Per Inch resolution for ten print, latent, palm print and facial images. This newest generation builds upon Motorola’s Minutiae Interoperability Exchange Test algorithm to deliver interoperability, as shown in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s ongoing MINEX tests. Additionally, Motorola’s system enables the storage of mug shot images and information within an Automated Fingerprint Identification System for greater system management and faster access to data.
In addition to the BIS, West Virginia State Police is implementing digital booking capabilities with new 1000 PPI Motorola Printrak LiveScan Stations. These new biometric acquisition tools feature a more intuitive user interface and faster biometric processing enabling high-quality image submission with even the most uncooperative suspects.