IDent 2.0

Ensuring accurate ID checks on patrol

IDent 2.0 IDEMIA

Law enforcement and border control services are in constant need to quickly and accurately check a person’s identity. Out on patrol, officers can use IDEMIA IDent 2.0 to search fingerprints against local and remote databases. Compact, convenient and accurate, IDent 2.0 is an advanced hand-held fingerprint device enabling real-time identification based on IDEMIA’s world-class biometric technology.

Fully certified to the FBI’s PVI-QS standard, the terminal is able to process multiple requests simultaneously. An intuitive graphical interface makes IDent 2.0 easy to use, with a color screen instantly displaying the facial image associated with the fingerprint. More than just a mobile biometric device, IDent 2.0 supports a complete range of solutions for identification in the field. It can be paired with a computer, smartphone, or tablet running the iMobile Suite, managing submissions to the FBI RISC database or to other AFIS databases.

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  • Precision, on patrol

    IDent 2.0 provides law enforcement and border control officers with quick, accurate biometric finger identification of suspects at the scene.

  • Optimized investment

    Not only is the IDent 2.0 a cost-effective device, it can integrate into existing IT architectures at no additional infrastructure cost.

  • Personal safety

    By rapidly identifying suspects, without the need for physical searches or taking them into custody, IDent 2.0 increases officers’ safety.


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