Portable Biometric System (PBS) for Identity Dominance
The objective of this Phase II project is to implement the design for a portable multimodal biometric device design developed under the Phase I effort with further refinements for insertion into the Navy"s Identity Dominance System (IDS) program. The implementation has been designed to meet all the Key Performance Parameters and Key System Attributes for the AN/PYX-1 specified for IDS insertion, including plan for incorporation of digital forensics (DOMEX) capabilities. The design is based on the extensive use of commercial off-the-shelf components innovatively integrated for handheld portability and user friendliness as well as reliability and affordability. The Phase II effort has been structured to meet the IDS schedule for programmatic decisions including Critical Design Review (CRR), Test Readiness Review (TRR) and Production Readiness Review (PRR). Deliverables include production representative prototypes at the end of the Base Program, Option I and Option II phases. The development effort will involve significant interaction with the IDS program office to assure that the program objectives and schedule are met, and documents to support test and production readiness assessments.
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