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SmartShield Badge

February 1, 2009
Blackinton’s innovative SmartShield Badge Security System uses advanced Eid (enforcement identification) software technology to create a robust, complete RFID badge security solution for law enforcement. Each SmartShield badge looks like a traditional badge, but it wirelessly provides badge validation, personnel verification, issuance and inventory tracking, and access control.

LiveScan Capture System

January 1, 2008
CrossMatch L SCAN 1000T is a 1,000-ppi, lightweight, compact fingerprint livescan system that can scan 10 rolled fingers, all flat fingers, and thumbs. Third-level detail, such as the shape of fingerprint ridges and sweat pores, can help make an identification during booking.

Polaroid ID Card Maker Expert Edition

July 1, 2006
Polaroid’s ID Card Maker Expert Edition enables users to design multiple cards within one database, create reports and customized production forms, and enter and retrieve data—all within Polaroid's network-compatible system. Users can also send data for encoding magnetic stripes and smart cards.

Blackinton SmartShield Badge

November 1, 2005
Blackinton’s patented SmartShield badge and system use new advanced Enforcement Identification Technology (Eid) to provide a wide range of security provisions. The SmartShield encoded chip, when activated by an Eid software-enabled RFID (radio frequency identification) reader, transmits SmartShield “authorized” encoding to the reader and database.

Precision Dynamics RFID Inmate ID Bands

August 1, 2005
The Clincher RFID Smart Band allows correctional facilities to identify inmates using radio frequency. Each wristband contains a microchip and antenna, which allow information to be written to and retrieved by RFID scanners. Corrections officers can use this technology to conduct contact-free identification and tracking throughout a facility.

Maxsell Corporation H.R. 218 Law Officer Badge

May 1, 2005
The H.R. 218 law allows current and retired law enforcement personnel to carry a concealed weapon nationwide. Officers will likely need to identify themselves via an official photo ID as well as a badge for instant visual identification. Maxsell Corp. now offers the H.R. 218 law officer badge to identify a qualified individual as a “national concealed carry law officer.”

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.
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