EBTS v10.0.5 TOU – June 13, 2015 New
The EBTS Technical and Operational Update (TOU) 10.0.5 is now available. The Electronic Biometric Transmission Specification (EBTS) Technical and Operational Update (TOU) 10.0.5 is now available. The purpose of this TOU is to document all functional changes to the most recent version of the EBTS. Incorporation of these cumulative updates will enable system user compliance. – EBTS TOU v10.0.5
EBTS XML IEPD v10.0.3 Final - September 30, 2014
– EBTS XML IEPD v10.0.3 (zip file) There are no changes to the schemas necessary for TOU #4, therefore this IEPD also corresponds to TOU #4, EBTS 10.0.4.
EBTS Version 10.0 Final – July 2, 2013
EBTS v10.0 contains the technical alterations necessary for FBI/CJIS to complete execution of NGI Increment 4 targeted for summer 2014 deployment. EBTS v10.0 also contains the changes necessary to utilize all of the functionality delivered with NGI Full Operational Capability (FOC). – EBTS Version 10.0
Technical Specifications Document for the Iris Pilot (IP) Project New
The "Technical Specifications Document for the Iris Pilot (IP) Project" (Iris Tech Spec) is available publicly to enable law enforcement agencies to take advantage of the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division's Iris Pilot for criminal justice purposes. The iris biometric offers contactless capture and fast, accurate searches provided in the CJIS Iris Pilot as both identification and investigative services. The Iris Tech Spec provides further description of the iris biometric, use cases, the Iris Pilot services, and the specifications necessary to use the Iris Pilot. For further information please contact us.
Disclaimer: The iris services are currently in the pilot phase and the Iris Tech Spec is a draft. The specifications and services should be expected to change during the pilot as improvements are made and deficiencies corrected. These changes may not be backward compatible.
Facial Identification Scientific Working Group (FISWG)
Facial Image Analysis Training and One to One Facial Comparison Overview documents are approved and online.
Facial Recognition System Guidelines and Glossary were recently approved and will be online soon.
A draft facial image capture document was recently approved for release for public comment and will be online soon.
Click here to go to FISWG site for more.