The second alternative use-case is the establishing the entity of the migrants entering showing up at the country border. Currently, very little information is gathered during migrant registration (e.g. fingerprint and/or a few pictures taken) and questionnaires are filled. Migrants also tend to frequently exchange their identities. No easily usable and comprehensive authentication package is created which could become easily searchable and provide an authentic source of ID establishment of a migrant.
The DigiPol system uses a unique biometric ID establishment concept called ABIS (Adaptive Biometric Identification System). The DigiPol toolset takes biometric attributes of the person such as motion, voice, facial images and document scan if available. This will then be available as an authentication package to be used and compared against other motion, voice and image scans taken by authorities or intelligence surveillance. The authentication package will serve as a basis point for providing other identification information and attributes for further investigation.
DigiPol would provide a comprehensive and integrated ABIS controlled authentication package that could feed other databases and serve as a basic ground for further legal procedures. And all this would have a solid legal ground.
An example would be where a phone call is tapped by intelligence where the voice patterns can be compared against the ABIS packages. This would yield the immediate result of knowing who the voice belongs to, what are its further authentication and biometric information and when that particular person was authenticated. This can serve as a legal ground for the authenticity of that person in any court proceeding.
The same logic may be applied when using the images taken by surveillance cameras. The motion pattern can be compared against the ABIS database. And if a match is found, then we will know exactly when that person was first registered and obtain additional identification information on that person to further prove its identity.