Imaging and Mug Shot Solution
"The Hands On User"
DSI-ITI, LLC.'s Digital Imaging System is a multi-purpose tool for capturing visual information and evidence.
Digital Imaging can be used in correctional facilities for the collection of inmate mug shots and for documenting scars, marks, tattoos, and other distinguishing characteristics. Multiple images per view can be captured for chronicling appearance over time.
Create custom databases to store information and images for other uses such as: missing children, staff ID badges, visitor identification, and inmate cell damage.
Once an image is captured, the built-in Output Layout Editor allows you to create custom designs for presenting images: photo warrants, ID bracelets, ID badges, and inmate lineups.
Digital Imaging is the most versatile imaging system available for corrections. The ability to capture multiple views and images, design custom output, create new databases, and accept input from a variety of sources makes it the solution for you!
Custom databases can be created to capture virtually any type of image. System Administrators can create and maintain multiple databases, designate image views to be captured, configure screen setup, and develop search criteria. The possibilities in creating databases are limited only by your facility's needs.
OUTPUT LAYOUT EDITOR
Design and produce just about anything based on input. Extract data and interface with any ODBC compliant database. Administrators can create templates using graphics, bitmaps, logos, barcodes, pictures, signatures, and other visual design elements.
Digital Imaging offers many camera options to best suite your facility. We offer handheld cameras or stationary cameras; which can be mounted in designated areas. Each camera option offers unique benefits to best fit your needs!
For users who require side-by-side comparisons of images, Digital Imaging has a built-in collage feature that can be used to create inmate lineups and missing children reports.
The DSI Digital Imaging System was developed using the direct input of correctional facilities, allowing us to design an application as end-user oriented as possible!
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