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Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. Presented by: Mr. Gregory McConnell Partner & Director of Business Dev. Labcal. Todays Biometric Projects Need Mobile & Handheld Readers. Why.? Applications and Readers
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. About Labcal 1.0Intro: Mobile biometric readers. Why? and Why Now? 2.0Applications for handheld & Mobile biometric devices 3.0Basic functionalities of the devices 4.0Specific features and functionalities 5.0What do they look like? How much do they cost? 7.0Projects around the world who need or use Mobile & Handheld biometric readers. 8.0 Case Study. Major Indonesian Oil Refinery
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. With 9-11, vulnerabilities in traditional ID and travel documents systems are exposed. Same for Access control. People want and accept more security. Gone from using biometrics to protect very few and specific things/places (servers, rooms, files, etc) to ID and authenticate a relatively small number of people. …to wanting to ID and Authenticate masses of people, over large territories, in the multitude of places we may find them. In this new context: –People dont/cant always come to authentication point (door,desk/PC) –The technology has to go out to them. –Away from door, desk/PC/ Out to vehicle, ship, gate, home and field. 1.0 Mobile/Handheld biometric readers Why Now?
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal Applications -Travel document: Land border (up-stream pre-clearance), Seaport (ID verification onboard ship), Airport, land border customs - Employee ID Card: Seafarer, Military, Transportation, Customs/Immigrations, Utilities employee, etc. - Physical Access Control / Time and Attendance: - RA: airport, seaport, power plant, government buildings, etc - Gate Access control: Military Base, tarmac, secured perimeter - ID verification on board vessels, busses, troop carriers, trains, etc. - Civilian ID applications: - National ID (Plane pre-boarding, Land boarder, legal age proof) - Drivers license, healthcare card, permanent resident card, etc.
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal Basic functionalities of the devices ID verification (biometric matching = 1: 1) Read credentials off an ID documents memory (chip or other) Verify the validity of the document and its issuing authority Authentication of owner of the document, using biometrics (template stored in documents memory) Display result of authentication + ID credentials Register transaction in log file or send live to server
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal Specific features and functionalities Identification (biometric matching = 1: n) Read and capture an AFIS quality fingerprint template in order to Identify an individual without any other ID than fingerprint biometrics (template in DB on server). Send biometric template live to an Identification server though wireless communication for 1; n identification. Receive feedback from server and display to operator for action.
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal Specific features and functionalities Validation of Origin –Digital/electronic signature signature (digital/electronic certificates) Verification of Data Integrity –Digital/electronic signature (DSA, DSS, RSA) Establishing Trusted Communication between card and reader or reader and server. –SAM (Security Access Module) Ruggedized and/or weatherized
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal What do they look like? Optical fingerprint reading Mag-stripe card reader Optional 2D barcode reader Alpha-numeric keypad Monochrome Graphical LCD OS: Proprietary
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. Capacitive fingerprint sensor Contact smart card reader Alpha-numeric keypad Color Graphical LCD OS: Windows CE Wireless: Optional Bluetooth and GSM modules 6.0 What do they look like?
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. Capacitive fingerprint sensor Contactless smart card reader Optional: 2D barcode reader Navigational keypad Monochrome Graphical LCD OS: Proprietary 6.0 What do they look like?
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. Capacitive fingerprint sensor Contact smart card reader Contactless smart card reader Optional 2D barcode Navigational keypad + programmable function keys Touch Screen Graphical color LCD OS: Windows CE Ruggedized Car and desktop dockings. Wireless: Wi-Fi and GSM 4 Band 6.0 What do they look like?
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal How much do they cost? - Varies between 1000$ and 3000$ - High quantity (hundreds of readers) implementations: Varies between 600$ and 2000$
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal Projects who need/use Mobile&handheld readers USA Project: Common Access Card (CAC) Solicitor: The U.S DoD Project: Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Solicitor: Transportation Security Administration (TSA/DHS) Application: US Military Bases overseas Access Control Solicitor: DMDC (Defense Manpower Data Center) Project: Airport Tarmac Vehicle Access Control Solicitor: TSA
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. Canada Project: Restricted Area Identification Card Solicitor: Canadian Air Trans. Security Authority (CATSA) Project: Permanent Resident Card Solicitor: Canadian Customs & Revenue Agency (CCRA) Potential Project: Canadian National ID Card Solicitor: CIC/Passport Office Potential Project: New Canadian e-passport Solicitor: Canadian Passport Office 7.0 Projects who need/use Mobile&handheld readers
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. World Project: Saudi National ID Card (CAFIS) Solicitor: Saudi Ministry of Interior Project: Colombian National ID (Cedula) Solicitor: Colombian Federal Government Project: National ID Card of El Salvador (DUI) Solicitor: El Salvador Fed. Gov. Malaysian National ID Card (MyKad) Solicitor: Both Government and Public Sectors 7.0 Projects who need/use Mobile&handheld readers
Labcal. © 2004 Labcal. 8. Case Study: Indonesian Oil refinery Object: Biometric ID Card for employees and staff vehicles Purpose: Track movement and attendance of staff around the plant + control access to plant and to different restricted areas. Technology: 5,000 Contactless Smart Card (ISO A) Fingerprint biometrics (minutia based algorithm for 1: 1 matching) Handheld, batery operated, fingerprint + smart card reader 1) Client application (enrolment), 2) Web application (Log file download + System management, event reporting, etc.)
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