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Aware Develops Next-Generation Biometric Enrollment Application for Department of Justice
Date:10/17/2011

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BioComponents is Aware's newest biometric user interface software application framework. It is API-based and designed to enable extremely fast implementation of a robust, advanced biometric enrollment application, yet also enable a high degree of configurability in terms of functionality and workflow. It is comprised of modular, independent, self-contained software components that can operate either independently or in concert, with each performing a specific biometric task. Each biometric capture Component has its own configurable user interface, and performs all tasks and workflows required for capture, hardware abstraction, and quality assurance.

The components are OEM focused software products that are available a la carte. Currently available BioComponents are: TextComponent, FingerprintComponent, FaceComponent, FormComponent, PrintComponent, and SubmitComponent. Each Component is packaged as either a Java applet or .NET user control, and can be used independently within either a Microsoft C#/.NET or Java application, or in a variety of web environments (ASP.NET, JSP, HTML).  For more information about BioComponents, please visit: www.aware.com/biocomponents.

About JABS

Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) is an important Department of Justice information sharing project among its law enforcement agencies: Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). Additionally, the customs and border security functions within the Border and Transportation Security (BTS) Directorate of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are primary users of JABS.

JABS is a fully functioning criminal booking system. Front-end Automated Booking Stations (ABS) connected to peripherals devices (e.g., livescan fingerprint captu
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