Schaumburg, Illinois (ots/PRNewswire) - Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT)
this week launched highly modular and price competitive Printrak
LiveScan product lines to assist public safety agencies by providing
improved processes to identity fingerprint and palmprint images. In
its 4th generation, the new state-of-the-art system incorporates key
suggestions from Motorola's LiveScan 3000 worldwide customer base,
which is composed of law enforcement agencies that use Automated
Fingerprint Identification Systems.
The Motorola Printrak LiveScan is designed to provide law
enforcement agencies with the most demanded image identity features,
as well as the ability to interface to Motorola's flagship biometric
product, the Motorola Printrak Biometrics Identification Solutions.
@@start.t1@@ Features on the LiveScan product lines include:
-- FBI Appendix F certified software and portable scanner.
-- Sequence checking for both fingerprints and palmprints.
-- 3-part full palm capture (upper/lower/writer's).
-- Specifically designed for touch screen operation with industrial
commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) display.
-- Capture maximum image size allowable by National Institute of
Standards and Technology (NIST) and the FBI.
-- No moving platen or capture camera.
-- New ergonomically redesigned all-steel charcoal grey ruggedized
-- Instant live video of the fingerprint and palmprint images feedback.
-- Always visible operator instruction.
-- Sealed platen to provide water resistance.
-- XML (Extensible Mark-Up language) or NIST-based foreign system
-- Multi-language support with translation table.@@end@@
Systems are being delivered to public safety agencies and
forensics agencies in Minnesota, South Dakota, New Mexico and
Belgium. Motorola provides biometric solutions, including the
LiveScan solution, to more than 37 countries around the world. It is
part of Motorola's Government & Enterprise Group.
"Our latest LiveScan solution enables our customers to purchase
from a wide range of product modules based on their needs and budget.
We also set out to incorporate as many of our customer's valuable
inputs as possible, and they are clearly reflected in this new
product line," said Darrin Reilly, vice president and general
manager, Biometrics unit.
Motorola's Government & Enterprise Group
The Government & Enterprise Group is a leading provider of
integrated radio communications and information solutions, with more
than 65 years of experience in meeting the mission-critical
requirements of public safety, government and enterprise customers
worldwide. It also is a leading provider of automotive electronics
solutions and technology. In 2003, it received the inaugural Interpol
Outstanding Contribution Award for its services to the international
law enforcement community. The government & enterprise group offers
an extensive portfolio of solutions to meet growing public safety and
security needs, including: interoperable two-way radio communications
solutions; command and control solutions; identification and tracking
solutions; information management of criminal justice and civil
needs; and physical security and monitoring solutions.
Motorola is a Fortune 100 global communications leader that
provides seamless mobility products and solutions across broadband,
embedded systems and wireless networks. In your home, auto,
workplace, and all spaces in between, seamless mobility means you can
reach the people, things and information you need, anywhere, anytime.
Seamless mobility harnesses the power of technology convergence and
enables smarter, faster, cost-effective and flexible communication.
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