- E-Ticketing Solution from BIO-key and Advanced Public Safety Minimizes
Officer Risk, Reduces Cost and Increases Accuracy -
WALL, N.J., and DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Jan. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BIO-key International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BKYI), a leader in finger-based biometric identification and wireless public safety solutions, and Advanced Public Safety (APS), a leading provider of electronic ticketing software for public safety agencies, announced today that the Neosho, Missouri Police Department has chosen the companies to provide the agency with a complete electronic traffic citation system.
Since 1999, Neosho Police Department patrol officers have used MobileCop(TM), BIO-key's wireless law enforcement query and messaging solution. At traffic stops, the solution allows officers to check federal and state databases for any stolen vehicle or outstanding warrant alerts and to obtain other relevant information on the vehicle and driver. Previously, officers had to manually transcribe driver and vehicle registration information from the MobileCop laptop screen in their patrol cars onto hard copy traffic warning and citation forms.
With the APS QuickTicket(TM) software integrated within BIO-Key's MobileCop solution, Neosho officers will have a system that eliminates handwritten forms and uses unique APS software capabilities to automatically move MobileCop query response data to electronic forms -- significantly reducing data entry while improving accuracy.
At a traffic stop, the officer enters the violator's information into
the MobileCop application to obtain background information from available
national, state, and local databases. The APS QuickTicket software then
auto-populates the requisite information from the mobile query database
files directly onto the agency's citation forms. The officers print a copy
of the citation for the violator, and electronically transfer the data to
be automatically uploade
|SOURCE BIO-key International, Inc.; Advanced Public Safety|
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