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Speed Intraproc GmbH showcases innovative Speed Capture Station at CeBIT 2011

Published on 3 March, 2011
 Speed Identity AB, founded in 1956, is an established distributor of passport photography solutions and the international market leader for live capture of biometric data and company applications
Latest innovation from Speed Intraproc GmbH - The Speed Capture Station

Speed Intraproc GmbH, a provider of innovative, interactive IT-solutions for registry offices presented the new 'intelligent terminal for ePassports and eIDs' on the CeBIT 2011 in Hannover. The speed capture station was presented together with the 'Databund e.V.' in hall 9, booth C75 under 'KOMmune INNovativ'

Presentation of the hard- and software solution on the CeBIT

The newest version of Speed Capture Station was shown on the CeBIT together with HSH Soft- und Hardware Vertriebs GmBH Berlin, provider of software solutions for communities. The quality validation of photos and finger prints is performed by secunet's biomiddle software suit. The final interface for the take-over of the captured data from the registry office software (MESO) is created by HSH. The presented solution not only fully supports the complete capture of biometric data, but it transfers encoded records with information on the final, certified quality check.

Presentations on the platform 'KOMmune INNovativ'

On a workshop hosted by 'Databund e.V.' and 'KOMmune INNovativ' the Speed Intraproc experts presented the advantages of the new solution in Hannover. German Title of the presentation: "Biometrische Datenerfassung mit Selbstbedienungsterminals - Bürgerservice, Zeitersparnis, Einnahmequelle" (Presentation dates were March 2 at 14.30, March 3 at 15.30 and March 4 at 11.30).

 The certification procedure of Speed Capture Station is almost completed

Front view of 'Speed Capture Station'

Successful test-run at Monheim (Rhine)

  • The first community in Germany to test the Speed Capture Station was Monheim (Rhine) at the end of last year. A survey carried out by the city of Monheim and the system supplier from September 1 until October 31 2010 showed the following positive results:
  • The question 'How do you judge the time needed to complete the whole capture process?' was answered with 'very short' or 'short' by 91%
  • The question 'How do you judge the usability of the terminal and the user guidance?' was answered with 'very easy' or 'easy' by 91%
  • And the question 'Will you [...] recommend the employment of the terminal?' was answered with 'yes' by 95%. 293 users of the Speed Capture Station took part in this survey. 37% of the participants were over 60 years old

The certification at BSI is almost completed

The certification procedure of Speed Capture Station according to the technical guideline BSI TR-03121 (Biometry for applications in the public sector) of the Federal Office of Security and Information Technology (BSI) is almost completed. The corresponding inspecting authority has already ascertained the passing of all relevant test cases. The completion of the certification procedure is expected shortly, so that communes can implement the solution legally.

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