December 13, 2004
ImageWare Systems Inc, a provider of identity management solutions, and Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork, announced it will showcase its IWS Biometric Engine at Oracle OpenWorld 2004 Dec. 6-9 in San Francisco.
"ImageWare is excited to showcase our IWS Biometric Engine at OpenWorld and to extend our Oracle Partnership by supporting their Oracle Application Server 10g across our biometric engine, secure credential and law enforcement product lines," said Bill Willis, ImageWare's senior vice president of technology and business development. "With Oracle's continued commitment to security and our expanding need for managing millions of biometrics, credentials and NIST transactions in a real-time environment, 10g support is essential for our products."
The IWS Biometric Engine is a scalable multi-biometric engine that specifically addresses mission-critical security applications. It enables users to enroll and manage unlimited population sizes and conduct multi-modal, comparative biometric searches including exhaustive (1:n), specific (1:1) or investigative (x:n). The IWS Biometric Engine is available as part of a Web-based, biometric enrollment, identification, verification and investigative application or as a platform that enables system integrators to build custom identity management applications or incorporate biometric enrollment, search and authentication functionality into existing applications.
Oracle Application Server 10g is an integrated, standards-based software platform and the first application server designed to take advantage of new Grid technology features. This support will enable ImageWare customers to further streamline their mission-critical processes as they move to Oracle's latest Application Server.
Supporting ID management initiatives, the IWS Biometric engine can be deployed across a wide array of industries and applications including national ID, driver license, border control, amusement and events, and other identity management systems.
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