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DIS (Document Identification & Authentication Service)

Document Identification Service: for Passports, Currency Notes, and other security /identity documents. (No separate Brochure available. Need the brochure to make it more comprehensive).

The Document Identification System (DIS) is a System that contains information on valid or genuine travel / security documents. The DIS module provides thin clients (via IP) with photo images of documents, supporting image multiple enlargement facility with exceptionally high quality.

DIS is developed using the latest Oracle, Sun and other technologies and is hosted onto the World Wide Web with a powerful secure Web Server in LA, USA. DIS is one of the most comprehensive and easy to use document control systems available. The purpose of the System is to provide an Internet based powerful tool to personnel engaged in document control. Access to the System is possible from any workstation having an Internet (IP) connection.

DIS is available as a component of TAMIS and BMIS. It can also be ordered as a separate module by itself.

Key Features

  • DIS module (of which the DIS Database is a part) within BMIS provides Users with all data on a passport, along with photo images of exceptionally high quality of the different pages of the document, with considerable (more than 12 times) magnification facility.
  • The DIS can be accessed on a 24x7 basis. Users need just a thin client and a normal IP connection to be able to view / download the data and the images in real-time. .

Advantages of Using DIS

  • Prevention of use of fake documents:
    1. Increase of international travel and migration has sharply increased the need for identification of persons and their travel documents at border crossing points.
    2. It is important to provide the persons who interface with foreigners at the borders and elsewhere (consulates workers, border guards, police, tourism, travel / booking agencies, etc.), with the descriptions of the actual valid documents and samples at their workplaces.
  • Prevention of use of lost / void documents:
    1. Departments of foreign affairs, consular departments, and diplomatic bodies are constantly exchanging huge lists of travel documents that are lost and / or declared void.
    2. Such information is not current or widely available to others who need them, though it is important to make this information accessible to all such bodies.
  • Absence of necessary documents:
    1. Need to make travellers familiar with travel rules and required documents for entry into a country.
  • The DIS provides Internet access to
    1. Photos of the important pages of valid documents (with more than 10 times zoom facility)
    2. Serial Nos. and owners' details of lost and void documents
    3. Serial number and other formats of each document type
    4. Samples of fictitious documents
    5. Images of falsifications