Government of Botswana selects Morpho South Africa to provide a single multi-biometric platform for all the identification requirements of various government departments
Once again, the Botswana Police Service (BPS) is renewing its trust in Safran Identity & Security's leading technologies and capacity to deal with complex demands. Indeed, since 1998, the BPS has regularly chosen the company's products or solutions to meet its requirements.
Kenya selects Safran Identity & Security to accompany its 2017 elections
The IEBC has appointed the company to provide the necessary technology to power the Kenya Integrated Elections Management System (KIEMS) for the general elections that will feature six major elections, including the presidential election.
Safran Identity & Security receives highest certification for secure document printing for its plant in Brazil
Safran Identity & Security (ex Morpho), a global leader in identity and security solutions, has been awarded the Intergraf* ISO 14298 certification for its production facility in Taubaté, Brazil. This certification specifies the highest possible security requirements for certain printing systems, ensuring that the plant uses the most secure set of processes to fight fraud.
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The Sultanate of Oman selects Safran Identity & Security to deploy a single multi-biometric platform
Nigeria retains Safran Identity & Security to provide an upgraded automatic biometric identification system and maintenance support
Safran Identity & Security showcases breakthrough solutions for public security at Milipol Asia-Pacific at Singapore
Today, dramatic advances in both IT and biometric technologies open the way to unprecedented opportunities to help authorities enhance global security while improving citizen experience. Safran Identity & Security has developed state-of-the art and customized solutions for airport authorities, forensic police investigators and private organizations.
Safran Identity & Security provides a facial recognition system to the National Police of the Netherlands
The nationwide system, which includes workstations for facial search, comparison and analysis was recently launched at the National Forensic Service Centre. Dutch police officers can now submit a facial image for search against their databases and save precious time.
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