SOURCE: NEC Corporation of America

NEC Corporation of America

July 12, 2010 10:05 ET

NEC and Mideo Systems Partner to Provide Image Workflow and Case Management Solutions to Law Enforcement Agencies and Forensic Labs

SPOKANE, WA--(Marketwire - July 12, 2010) -  

  • @NEC will resell Mideo Systems CASEWORKS image informatics workflow management solution http://ow.ly/1QblI #AFIS #IAI
  • Forensic labs & law enforcement agencies can improve public safety & better identify criminals with help from @NEC and Mideo Systems #IAI
  • @NEC and Mideo offer streamlined workflow for securely storing crime scene evidence and latent print images http://ow.ly/1Qbqy #AFIS #IAI
  • NEC (Booth 801) and Mideo Systems (Booth 811) will demonstrate the Integra-ID AFIS and CASEWORKS image information management solutions at the IAI Annual International Educational Conference in Spokane, Washington, July 11-17, 2010 http://www.theiai.org/ #IAI

NEC Corporation of America (NEC), a leading provider and integrator of advanced communications, networking and IT solutions, including market leading Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) solutions, today announced that it will resell Mideo Systems' flagship image informatics workflow management solution, CASEWORKSeis™, to provide law enforcement agencies and forensic crime labs with a comprehensive solution for criminal identification, evidence tracking and custom reporting.

Mideo Systems' CASEWORKS provides an organization-wide information infrastructure to manage, optimize and maintain all digital assets from the crime scene through to the courtroom. With CASEWORKS' unique Digital Latent Print Workflow, law enforcement agencies and forensic labs can also address various documentation and identification needs by automating and standardizing practices between examiners to provide overall consistency throughout the department. Examiners can easily annotate, calibrate and optimize images without risking loss or damage to the original. The CASEWORKS solution also features a database and an image workspace to securely facilitate the collection, distribution and collaboration of images as well as AFIS submissions.

NEC and Mideo Systems, Inc. will demonstrate these leading law enforcement solutions in booth 801 and 811 this week at the IAI Annual International Educational Conference in Spokane, Washington.

Mideo Systems customers span the U.S. and include Arizona's Department of Public Safety, the Boston Police Department Crime Lab, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, the Phoenix Police Department and the Indiana State Police, among others. A complete list of Mideo Systems customers can be found online at http://www.mideosystems.com/relations_map.php.

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"Mideo Systems' unique CASEWORKS solution simplifies every aspect of the often overwhelming and time consuming process of documenting evidence securely," said Barry Fisher, vice president of NEC Corporation of America's IDS division. "Our current and future Integra-ID customers will now be able to digitally input evidence into a database and perform side-by-side evidence comparisons in a secure, non-destructive and feature-rich environment without risking loss or damage to the original evidence."

"As the leading provider of AFIS solutions worldwide, NEC is committed to bringing superior law enforcement technology to its customers and Mideo Systems is honored to partner with them in this effort," said Gary Crawford, president of Mideo Systems, Inc. "For almost 20 years, Mideo Systems has provided technology solutions designed and configured specifically for forensic crime labs and law enforcement agencies. This partnership agreement marks a substantial step forward for our companies and our work in the law enforcement and forensic community."

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For more information about Mideo Systems, visit www.mideosystems.com.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    John Wise
    Marketing Communications
    NEC Corporation of America
    214.262.6384
    john.wise@necam.com