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Smart Guns Are Not Ready for Duty

June 12, 2009

What the lab tried to communicate to the NYPD was that the technology wouldn’t have prevented the Edwards tragedy. You see, the radio system will pick up any friendly gun within 600 feet. That means that when the other officers pointed their weapons at Officer Edwards their guns would have only told them that a friendly gun was in the general area. Well, they already knew that. They knew that at least three friendly guns were in the area. After all, they were holding them.

Sagem Morpho Unveils New Generation of Mobile Biometric ID Device

August 22, 2008
Sagem Morpho will introduce its 3rd generation Morpho RapID handheld biometric device at the 2008 International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference. The “Morpho RapID 1100” integrates a digital camera to support facial recognition, and features a larger screen, a keyboard, and enhanced wireless communication capabilities.

FBI Announces Contract Award for Next Generation Identification System

March 3, 2008
The FBI announced it has awarded Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Solutions the contract for the design, development, documentation, integration, testing, and deployment of the Next Generation Identification (NGI) System.

BIO-key Biometrics Authentication System

April 1, 2005
BIO-key’s new WEB-key fingerprint-based authentication systems give agencies a way to control access to secure applications. WEB-key uses biometrics technology to scan, measure, and analyze individual fingerprints, comparing them to a database of live images to confirm or deny access into any secured, registered area. Users can register their fingerprints with BIO-key, so other forms of identification are unnecessary.

Motorola Printrak LiveScan

March 1, 2005
The Printrak LiveScan product lines from Motorola assist public safety officials in better identifying fingerprints and palmprints. LiveScan products feature sequence checking for fingerprints and palmprints, three-part full palm capture, instant live video of image feedback, and multi-language support with a translation table. The LiveScan lines are designed to interface with Motorola’s Printrak Biometrics Identification Solutions.

Search Engines

April 1, 2002

Conducting a thorough head-to-toe search requires as intrusive a probing as garments will allow.

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