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Military needs for mobile biometric devices are constantly increasing. New and improved applications are highly sought after. To operate in this unique environment, solutions need to meet demands, whether it be for single- or multi-role purposes.


The durability of the solution is also vital to a successful operation. A durable device can be deployed anywhere from the frontlines, to the more tedious day-to-day operations contributing to mission-critical functions. It is also crucial that every device which is employed maintains the highest standards of operational security (OPSEC).


The RUGGBO and Mark 3 ranges address these needs. Our solutions ensure focus on essential mission objectives and not tedious technological difficulties.
Continuous authentication and intrusion detection features effectively improve the performance of high-security military applications.



The military applies biometric data capture technology into a myriad of applications.
Consider the immense importance of security clearance processing in any military installation.


The technology in our solutions can also be used for:

  • Recruit registration

  • Physical and logistical access control

  • Checkpoint identity verification

  • General population enrolment

  • Contracted staff enrolment

  • Detainee management and booking of military police

  • Maintenance a management

  • Repair and overhaul of assets.

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Completely mobile and autonomous. Ideal for the enrolment of newly-stationed troops, or initial subcontractor registration.

It can also be used for the enrolment of civilian populations which may be necessary around mission-critical assets and infrastructure, or in the Area of Operations (AO) to ensure better regional control and influence. The collection of biometric data related to the population can assist in various operational security aspects, relevant statistics and on-the-ground intelligence.


Highly durable devices, which can be deployed in harsh environments. The armory is the most common
use-case for the check-in and check-out of firearms and weapons. All military equipment needs to be accounted for including weapon systems, fuel, communication systems, optics, ammunition, vehicles, and more.

Also ideal for access control at ammunition depots. Stockpiles are closely regulated and unauthorised issuing of gear is avoided.

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