How it Works
Indigo|Onboard 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 administrated 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.
Indigo™ is Aware’s family of turnkey biometric solutions, available as traditional software licenses or as software-as-a-service (SaaS). Indigo solutions are designed to deliver useful functionality and powerful performance out-of-the-box, without requiring integration and configuration. They are built upon Aware’s time-tested, market-leading software components for biometric enrollment, analysis, and matching.
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