Solving complex latent fingerprint cases faster


Comparing poor quality and complex latent prints can be time-consuming for fingerprint examiners. With the portability of a world-class industrial-powered laptop computer, Case AFIS can efficiently compare latent finger and palm prints with a set of known prints from first responders, victims or suspects without limits on the print orientation. There is no need to re-enroll individuals, such as law enforcement officers and first responders, for each separate case. This powerful application can also enroll and search non-standard formats including prints from the field, morgue prints, and even sole or toe prints.

Case AFIS complements existing investigation procedures by providing superior quality control, minimizing erroneous exclusions and missed opportunities in the identification process.

The power and flexibility of Case AFIS enables examiners to efficiently reduce their backlogs and solve crimes faster.

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  • Proven algorithms

    Case AFIS offers superior algorithms for latent finger and palm prints examination. IDEMIA’s matching algorithms are consistently top-ranked in NIST evaluation and testing.

  • Time saving

    The powerful tools included in Case AFIS application have proven effective in reducing and mostly eliminating backlog.

  • Increased accuracy

    Case AFIS enables examiners to reduce erroneous exclusion and missed identification opportunities.


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