M2SYS eGov: Multi-Modal Biometric Platform For Government Projects

As the title would suggest, M2SYS eGov is a complete eGovernance solution with a multi-modal biometric system that is built to enable large-scale identification and deduplication operations.

M2Sys eGov platform is designed with an eye toward government projects and other civic organizations. Our eGov platform can handle large-scale government projects and features a modular architecture that allows governments or system integrators to build an identity infrastructure tailored to their specific needs. As a result, the solution is more affordable and adaptable than some similar alternatives.

The Importance of Multi-Modal Biometrics in Government Projects

Our multi-modal biometric platform offers support for facial, fingerprint, finger vein, and iris recognition. It is a highly scalable platform that searches and matches individuals against vast databases of biometric and other identity data in a one-to-many or one-to-one format. It does this by deploying biometric data and matching algorithms across a cluster of many computing nodes.

Multi-modal biometric means that personal identification systems use more than one biometric indicator to identify a person. Compared to unimodal biometrics, which uses only one biometric data, such as fingerprint, face, fingerprint, or iris, multimodal authentication offers a higher level of authentication.

Unimodal systems have to deal with several problems, such as the lack of privacy, the fact that samples are not always the same, the user’s level of comfort and freedom when using the system, and attacks on stored data by spoofers, etc..

A multi-modal biometric system can resolve all these issues. There are many reasons for a multi-modal biometric system, such as:

  • The multi-modal method of a biometric form is more reliable as it can authenticate all sorts of users.
  • A multi-modal biometric system improves user data security and confidentiality.
  • A multi-modal biometric system uses fusion strategies to combine the decisions from each subsystem and then concludes. That makes a multi-modal system more accurate.
  • If one of the identifiers doesn’t work for a known or unknown reason, the system can still provide security by using the other identifier.

Using our eGovernance solution, software developers can integrate multi-modal biometrics in hours and immediately deploy biometric technology that effectively counteracts variable user, demographic, and environmental factors.

When used in Government agencies like law enforcement agencies, our solution can generate face and fingerprint matches during an investigation and let the authorities run latent fingerprint searches. On the other hand, civic organizations can use the solution to onboard and conduct identity verification. Most importantly, the solution can be used in client applications to make it easier for the public to access health care and other government services.

Our eGovernance solution can be integrated into an existing identity and access system, and gives government agencies full control of any biometric data that they gather using the platform. Additionally, it has intuitive reporting tools and can support additional biometric modalities like voice recognition without requiring new software.

Our platform is flexible and capable of performing complicated filter, search, match, and link operations essential for data preparation and quality assurance procedures, including identity resolution and data deduplication. It lets you tailor your deployment model based on your specific requirement and easily switch biometric engines without having to install any new software. Our eGovernance platform is built upon several high-performance, field-proven applications, platforms, and algorithms from M2SYS, thus providing unparalleled flexibility compared to other options.

Contact us now to learn more about how M2SYS eGov can help you with government digitization projects.

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