MKDS Mobile Fingerprint Enrollment and Express ID Check Station

On offer: one- and two-case models

— Express ID checks against fingerprints and facial images stored in central PAPILLON AFIS, POLYFACE and local databases
— Creation of tenprints (rolled and plain fingerprints, palm impressions, mugshots and photos of distinctive features), transfer to AFIS

The design of the cases provides for adding auxiliary equipment: FOSKO, a flatbed scanner, a printer, a tablet for taking a signature sample.

Does not require expert training in fingerprinting.



MKDS as a PAPILLON AFIS remote station:

  • Formation of a local database of tenprint and latent print records
  • Input of tenprints into the database with the use of the LIVE SCANNER system, from paper media (flatbed scanner)
  • Input of latent finger and palm prints into the database from objects and surfaces (digital camera), from latent print layouts and lifting tapes (flatbed scanner)
  • Check of tenprints and latent prints against the local database, review of candidate lists
  • Transfer of latent prints and tenprints (including those of the dead) to the central AFIS for search and permanent storage
  • Receiving of search results from the central AFIS
  • Remote access to authorized sections of the central AFIS database, verification of candidate lists, printing of information

MKDS as a mobile finger and palm print enrollment and express ID check station:

  • Creation of electronic tenprints: demographic data, rolled and plain fingerprints, palm impressions, photos of appearance and distinctive features
  • Storage of tenprints in the LIVE SCANNER database
  • Export of tenprints to the local AFIS database
  • Export of tenprints to the central AFIS database (Papillon format, ANSI/NIST (RUS-I, Interpol, FBI) format)
  • Express ID checks against the local tenprint database
  • Remote Express ID checks against the central AFIS database

The station can be set on any horizontal surface of 0.8 x 1 m in size. Deployment time including automatic testing is under 5 minutes. Without testing – less than 1 minute.

The station is adapted to work in vehicles: using the car battery via a voltage converter or the onboard electrical network of a vehicle. In the absence of external power sources, the station can run on batteries.



Can interact with PAPILLON AFIS and POLYFACE to populate databases with new information and obtain search results on express ID checks.

Important component of PAPILLON-MKDS is a DS-30 or DS-45 scanner.




MKDS can be equipped with the following auxiliary devices:

  • A4 flatbed scanner
  • A4 inkjet printer
  • graphics tablet
  • FOSKO – Evidential photography mobile kit


  • PAPILLON AFIS Multibiometric Identification System
  • LIVE SCANNER Biometric Enrollment System
  • FILTER Biometric Express ID Check System
  • Linux or Windows operating system

Connection to central AFIS (TCP/IP):

  • cellular communications (EDGE/GPRS/GSM, CDMA)
  • local area network
  • dial-up and dedicated telephone lines


  • One-case version:
    • in transportation mode – 625x500x297 mm
    • in operation mode – 625x700x680 mm
  • Two-case version:
    • in transportation mode – 538х406х211 mm and 487х386х185 mm
    • in operation mode – 538х500х540 mm and 487х500х500 mm

Weight (depends on the design version):

  • One-case version – 15.5 kg
  • Two-case version – 7.0 kg and 5.5 kg




  • High-quality images of wet, excessively dry fingers and palms, as well as fingers and palms with rubbed or naturally low papillary patterns
  • Complete program elimination of motion aberrations when rolling fingers
  • Shockproof case with rigid fixation of the equipment – mounting accessories of the case provides convenience of work and reliable fixation of the equipment during transportation
  • Deployment time < 1 minute. If the automatic testing is necessary < 5 minutes
  • Operation from the onboard power supply of a car and from the mains. Ability to operate autonomously on own batteries
  • Express ID checks against the local fingerprint database in the absence of connection with remote databases
  • Express ID checks against regional, interregional and federal AFIS databases depending on the settings and access permissions