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How can biometric fingerprint scanners be most effective in government projects?

Author: yisainuo   Time: 2021-03-23

Is it necessary to use biometric fingerprint scanners for government projects?
My answer is yes, it is necessary.
Biometric scanners have slowly emerged from the late 1800's when police started using them in their work and it influenced the government's thinking. Since that time, biometric fingerprint scanners have been used for more than just identifying users, visitors to the federal federal police, and more widely used items have emerged, so let's look down the road together.
  2012 USB Fingerprint and palmprint scanners are used by the Los Angeles government 
In August 2012, the government of Los Angeles purchased 30 fingerprint and palmprint scanners. This equipment can help the Los Angeles government to effectively apply various criminal applications, submit data to the Los Angeles County Fingerprint Identification System, and transmit the data to the California Department of Justice.
In addition to transmitting data, the equipment has other features such as a clear and intuitive user interface, facial recognition for quick photo capture, and fast data capture. The hardware is also an excellent support, giving the device a portable case, fingerprint and palmprint scanner, photo camera, electronic signature plate, and magnetic stripe reading capabilities.
 2012 India introduces mobile fingerprint scanners to police vehicles
In August 2012, a new thing appeared on the streets of Panchkula, India, a police car with a mobile fingerprint scanner. This mobile fingerprint scanner can register and store up to 26,500 records on a single machine.
Today, besides Panchkula, Sonipat, Jhajhar, Rohtak, Faridabad, Kaithal Karnal, Mewat, Rewari and other districts in India have also deployed this mobile fingerprint scanner
  2014 Finger print Reader Identification Scanner Used in South African Healthcare Fraud Project
South Africa saw a number of nasty incidents of identity theft to access healthcare in 2014
To combat this fraud, South Africa's national health department chose biometric scanners to combat fraud.
The biometric fingerprint scanner provides fingerprint technology that recognizes the optical properties of the highly variable subcutaneous skin from person to person. He uses different spectra and identifies uniqueness from person to person, thus being able to determine the authenticity of the identity.
2015 Fingerprint biometric scanners are used in the healthcare sector in developing countries
Fingerprint scanners are not widely available in developing countries due to economic and environmental factors, so a fingerprint scanner has been developed specifically for developing countries.
The system ensures that even in areas with limited mobile connectivity, once an Internet connection is established, the records are eventually updated and synchronized with the central database.
The fingerprint technology can be integrated with any cell phone that has Bluetooth capability today, and we focus on the Android platform, which is currently the fastest growing mobile platform in developing countries
2015 Fingerprint Identification Scanner Machine for Pakistan's Education Sector
The project aims to validate 150,000 educators throughout Pakistan, with the ultimate goal of real-time attendance monitoring in every village.
 2018 Integrated biometric fingerprint scanner supports telemedicine services in Kenya
Fingerprint scanners are used to capture fingerprints while registering and confirming patient identity with the Healthcare Management Information System. Data is stored on inexpensive linux computers, and the system transmits data over a low-bandwidth cellular network to a grid-based infrastructure consisting of local networks covering multiple villages to overcome connectivity challenges
 2019 Online Fingerprint scanner used in UK police force
Two police forces in Wales, South Wales Police and Gwent Police, have rolled out mobile fingerprint technology for use on the streets, the South Wales Police Authority announced on its website.
Police forces will be equipped with fingerprint readers to find matches to fingerprints already in police databases and reveal the identity of suspects on the spot within 60 seconds. The mobile biometric solution is called INK Biometrics (Identity Unknown), and the device uses a Crossmatch (now HID Global) fingerprint sensor, software developed by Met employees and an Android smartphone.
Police want to catch criminals faster and reduce the time typically wasted on bringing suspects to police stations and capturing fingerprints
   2020 Leading Mexican Financial Institution Chooses Biometric Fingerprint Scanners to Protect Accounts
Among the more than 20 largest national and global financial institutions in Mexico, Scotiabank, Shinan Shinan (Afore), MetLife Afore, Banco Azteca, Sura and PENSIONISSSTE have adopted integrated biometric scanners.
The National Bank of Mexico (CNBV), an independent institution within the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, enacted a law in 2018 that requires the country's financial services organizations to use multi-factor biometric authentication for new accounts, including credit cards and cash. Loans. The purpose of the requirement is to protect customer privacy while preventing identity theft, fraud, money laundering and other criminal activities
   2020 Dorset, UK Police Use Fingerprint Scanners to Speed Up Identification of Suspects
Dorset, UK (DorsetECHO) reports that police in Dorset, UK, have begun using new fingerprint biometrics to speed up the identification process of criminal suspects.
The new solution, coordinated by the Forensic Capability Network (FCN), will be used to remotely transmit fingerprints from crime scenes directly to the Fingerprint Bureau
  2020 Orange County, CA, USA Using Mobile Biometric Scanners
The use of mobile fingerprint biometric scanners to verify the identity of arrestees and detainees by law enforcement officers in Orange County, California, will soon become much easier.
 2020 Guinea Uses Biometric Scanners for Elections
Biometric fingerprint scanners have consistently proven to be the most secure and allow for fast, easy, and reliable enrollment and identity verification in every type of environment, simplifying border crossings, improving access to food and healthcare, preventing bank fraud, and securing digital rights, identities, and voting rights.
The device is also ideally suited for systems that operate in remote areas and very harsh weather conditions, and can be used in these conditions without negatively impacting speed, accuracy and image quality.
   2020 Ghana Purchases 75,000 Biometric Devices for Elections
As one of Africa's most stable democracies, Ghana has purchased nearly 75,000 devices to verify the biometrics of citizens who have registered to vote in the country's general elections.
   HFSecurity Biometric Fingerprint Scanner Government Success Case
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