CACI, AOptix to Deliver Mobile Biometric Devices to the Pentagon; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen_ExecutiveBizCACI International and technology innovation firm AOptix will work together on a Defense Department contract to develop smart mobile identity devices, according to a AOptix statement.

The new platform was unveiled by the company in September during the Biometrics Consortium Conference and integrates biometrics, including iris, fingerprint, face and voice recognition with smartphone technology.

“AOptix has developed a groundbreaking smart mobile identity platform and we are pleased to work with them to develop a solution that will fill the specific requirements of the Department of Defense and military,” said Dan Allen, CACI president and CEO.

“AOptix’s open platform approach will enable us to rapidly incorporate input from the DoD and develop a product that is ready for full scale deployment,” Allen added.

CACI’s has previous experience in managing data in secure environments including mobile device management, federated enterprise mobile app mall capabilities and advanced encryption and secure wireless transport.

Under the partnership, CACI will support AOptix with the DoD technology and deployment criteria needed for the biometric devices.

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