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Pakistan Set to Introduce Indigenous Biometric Solutions in Cape Town

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ISLAMABAD: In a groundbreaking development, a Nadra-owned company, in collaboration with the National Radio and Telecommunication Corporation (NRTC), is poised to unveil two cutting-edge indigenous biometric solutions at an upcoming conference in South Africa.

At the ID4D (Identification for Development) conference in Cape Town, Nadra Technologies Limited (NTL) and NRTC will jointly showcase their innovative All-in-One Indigenous Kit and advanced IRIS Scanner.

Developed by NTL and NRTC, the kit represents a significant leap forward in digital identity management. This portable, rugged device integrates multiple biometric authentication methods, providing a comprehensive solution for secure identity verification.

The kit’s standout features include fingerprint recognition for unparalleled accuracy and reliability, as well as real-time contactless iris recognition, enhancing security and authentication.

Additionally, advanced algorithms enable precise facial recognition, essential for diverse identity verification applications.

Moreover, the kit boasts robust connectivity options, including support for 3G/4G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB (Type A and Type C).

With enhanced GPS technology supporting GLONASS, Galileo, and Beidou, the device ensures accurate global positioning and tracking.

Its 10,000mAh battery with fast charging capabilities enables extended usage, while an IP65-rated enclosure provides protection against water and dust, ensuring dependable performance in harsh environments.

Operating on Android 11, the device provides a stable and secure platform for all operations, making it ideal for national ID programs, voter registration, border control, law enforcement, financial services, and mobile attendance.

Complementing the kit, the new IRIS Scanner offers contactless, high-definition iris capturing from a distance.

Supporting both binocular and monocular recognition modes, the device ensures high accuracy with a minimal false acceptance rate and false rejection rate.

The assembly of these devices in Pakistan underscores a significant achievement in the country’s technological prowess, showcasing its capabilities in developing advanced biometric solutions for global applications.

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