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Motorola wins four-year contract with Dutch police agency

Motorola has won a four-year contract with the Dutch national police agency, the Korps Landelijke Politie Diensten, to provide its Printrak biometric identification system to support all types of identification activities for the whole organization of the Dutch Police.

The system supports the use of rolled or plain fingerprints, as well as palm prints and latent identification services and biometric quality management processes.

According to Motorola, major features of its system include advanced biometric matchers to support automatic, fast identification and verification processes, as well as a reduction in the amount of manual work required.

Other key system features include: support for 1000 pixels per inch for tenprint, latent and palmprint images; functionality that maximizes the potential for automated real-time identification, which allows the Dutch national police agency to optimize the deployment of its skilled human resources; a software system that is flexible and configurable to meet specific needs; system management processes to support cost efficiencies and faster access to data; support for biometric mobility services and the move to a paperless workflow environment.

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Manuel Torres, vice president and general manager for Motorola Government & Public Safety EMEA, said: We’re delighted that the Dutch police has recognized that Motorola is able to deliver the most advanced biometric solution available and that they are entrusting us to implement the cornerstone for their identification chain.

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