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Welcome to 360 Biometrics

360 Biometrics

PersonID
A state-of-the-art fingerprint identification solution that allows you to instantly identify employees, customers and partners
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PersonVault
Add a biometric fingerprint ID component to your existing systems without writing a single line of code.
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PersonWeb
Biometric applications that work in a web-browser
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Featured Solutions

  • PersonVault

    PersonVault

    Add biometric identification capability to your existing systems. No c...
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  • PersonID

    PersonID

    A state-of-the-art biometric identification system that allows accurat...
  • PersonAuth

    PersonAuth

    A state-of-the-art fingerprint authentication system that allows you t...
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  • PersonWeb

    PersonWeb

    Biometric applications that work in a web-browser
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Awards

Testimonials

  • The software is of immense use and benefit to the prison administration in identification of prisoners, security and keeping the data.
    General of Prisons, Maharastra State, India
  • With FingerprintID, we are confident that each individual is unique in our system and that the test results are being given to the right people.
    New York Psychiatric Institute
  • Students lost their ID cards a lot. They don't lose their fingerprints...PersonID is the best and the easiest system available.
    Harvard University
  • PersonID and PersonVault have helped us implement a respondent identification system which obviates the need for respondents to carry photo IDs, and have thus greatly enhanced our productivity.
    Johannes Haushofer, Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, Nairobi, Kenya, Funded by an NIH

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. Read more