Indigo|API is a family of cloud-based REST services that can be used to perform granular biometric analysis and processing functions for face and fingerprint images. These include quality, liveness, enroll, verify, compare, and search for fingerprint and face biometrics.
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Indigo for Onboarding
Indigo leverages biometrics to enhance the onboarding process with a fast and confident determination of whether someone has an existing identity record in the system. In this way, attempts at identity fraud can be detected and duplicate identity records prevented.
Indigo provides browser-based capture of fingerprints and faces and scalable one-to-many search of millions of records. It separates the enrollment and investigation processes into two asynchronous steps so they can be performed and administered by personnel with different skills and credentials. Fingerprint data is searched against all records previously enrolled in the system, and positive search results are queued in a worklist as alerts that include the associated facial images. As a separate asynchronous process, alerts are used to prompt further investigation and then to either close or escalate the case.
- Software-as-a-service or private cloud
- No system integration required
- Web-based fingerprint and face enrollment
- Highly scalable fingerprint search
- Separation of enrollment and review tasks
- Role-based task assignment and data access
- Mature, field-proven platform
Indigo for Patient Identification
Indigo provides an easy and effective way to identify patients when they arrive to receive care. It is kiosk based, with patients able to self-enroll. It can be integrated into existing applications and workflow. A patient simply submits their biometric data, which initiates a biometric search, the results of which are reported via API to a system of choice. Workflows can be configured to automate processes based on whether the patient is identified as new or existing.
Indigo for Time & Attendance
Indigo can be configured as a mobile biometric time and attendance solution e that uses a mobile device to capture time and location data, and applies biometrics to ensure the accuracy and integrity of that data. A system administrator first registers the mobile device being used to record time and location data. At that time, a biometric registration is also performed. A mobile app can be prompted by a schedule or by the server to initiate a check-in, which in turn prompts a biometric capture. The time, location, and biometric capture are sent to the server, where it is matched and logged. The data is made available by API.