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Mobile ID Device Best Practice Recommendation, Version 1.0
Shahram Orandi (au); R. Michael McCabe (au)
The Mobile ID device should be viewed in the context of a portable biometric acquisition station – one that is not intended to be stationary and hardwired to a much larger system used for comparing or matching biometric samples. This is in contrast to traditional booking stations and other biometric enrollment stations incorporating physicallysecured full-sized live-scan fingerprint readers, other biometric modality capture devices, or photo capture stations with setups adhering to distance, lighting, and other photo capture standards. Mobile ID devices allow first responders, law enforcement agents, and soldiers to collect biometric data in remote locations, and either compare them with other samples contained in a database on that device or transmit the data for comparison with samples in a central repository. This report presents a community-developed series of guidelines that, if followed, will provide the required levels of interoperability for various operational scenarios. The report also addresses intrinsic limitations of handheld devices by allowing specific mitigation strategies. Tables and figures.
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