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  Few of our Success Stories

Indian Prison Chooses the PersonID Fingerprint Identification System for its Inmates

Yerawda Central Prison, the second largest prison in India, needed a better way to monitor its inmates. For years, the prison created identity cards for each inmate. These cards contained the prisoners' information, such as their first and last names, height, color of eyes, distinguishing features, (such as birthmarks) and a photo. The wardens checked these ID cards whenever an inmate left or returned to the prison from court visits and the like.

PersonID helps University of California, San Francisco, in conducting a health survey in Ghana

The Global Strategic Information Group, based in the University of California, San Francisco, is conducting a health survey in Ghana. To assure the validity of study results and maintain the privacy and confidentiality of research subjects, the school needed to ensure that participants were counted only once (i.e., that each participant was unique).

360 Biometrics Helps Indias Largest Cab Company Identify Drivers and Improve Service

As the largest taxi cab company in India, Meru Cab Company needed an effective way to monitor the performance and location of its drivers. The company has 5,000-plus drivers operating more than 5,000 cabs in four cities: Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore. A world-class metered radio taxi service, Meru Cab Company serves more than a million passengers a month through a network of professionally trained and managed drivers.

PersonID used for an HIV Research Project in South Africa

Researchers from a leading university are doing a survey in South Africa, looking for HIV markers in a sample of men who have sex with other men. Because the participants are paid an incentive, a major concern was that they would enroll multiple times, a real possibility in countries with low per-capita incomes. To make sure the study results are valid, the researchers needed to ensure that participants were counted only once, and needed a reliable way to identify enrolled participants when they return for subsequent visits.

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