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NDI Recognition Systems Achieves Silver Certification From UK Home Office NAS Program for Management Server

November 09, 2017  | 

NDI Recognition Systems (NDI-RS) announced they are the first company to have received Home Office Certification for Management Server Products. As a Silver Certified partner, NDI Recognition Systems can now offer NAS accredited software and services to each of the UK's 45 territorial police forces and national law enforcement bodies.

Invited by the Home Office to test for certification, NDI-RS was able to complete all Bronze and Silver Stage testing requirements to reach approval. The acceptance criteria had to be demonstrated and met under categories of Data Exchange, Information Assurance, NRD Ingestion, Performance and Capacity and Resilience, to name a few.

As a NAS Management Server provider, NDI-RS's VISCE and VeriPlate software solutions will provide seamless communication between UK Police Forces and the National ANPR Service. The NDI-RS Management Server provides a compliant and secure delivery of information to bolster data sharing across the UK policing landscape. This access will increase the ability to detect, deter and disrupt criminality leading to increases in solving criminal cases and monitoring for potential terrorist and organized crime threats with added ease and efficiencies.

"NDI has always been a UK leader in Automatic Number Plate Recognition," stated Stuart Nicoll, Head of Development for NDI-RS. "We are proud our Management Server products have been accepted and certified for use across the UK. It's an honor to continue providing the right tools needed to protect the UK against criminality."

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