NADRA Develops AFIS System for Fingerprints Matching

National Database & Registration Authority (NADRA) has achieved one more milestone by introducing Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS).  One of the R&D team member in NADRA has announced on his social media account about the newly introduced system. He said in a post that NADRA Develops AFIS System for Fingerprints Matching. This system has surpassed 99 % accuracy on FVC Ongoing standard testing.

NADRA Develops AFIS System for Fingerprints Matching

This system has achieved 99.37% accuracy on FVC standard testing. Equal Error Rate (EER) is only 0.63% on FVC standard testing. Getting this accuracy is, no doubt, a great achievement for NADRA and Pakistan as well.

Moreover, after introducing this system, NADRA name is registered in international biometric companies now. However, NADRA is the only company in Pakistan to achieve this milestone.

Here is the link of the FVC ongoing standard testing Report

For all those who don’t know about the AFIS system. It is an biometric identification technology that uses digital imaging technology to obtain, store, and analyze fingerprint data. Moreover, it is a national system. Federal agencies like FBI and CIA use this system. Now Pakistan has also developed this system.

Earlier, NADRA has announced Online Family Verification Service to make all families secure by reporting strange people registered in your family. Because with this service you can also report if any other person registered in your family. You just simply have to send your CNIC number from your mobile phone and you will get the detail of your family member.

For More Information Also Read: How to Check NADRA Family Verification Service through SMS?

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Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
  • Dear Sir,
    I am living in Canada and need to provide biometric to our bank in Pakistan. Please tell how it’s possible.

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