Biometric Identity Case Studies

Discover how governments around the world use Laxton’s Identity solutions for National Identity Systems, Election Management Systems, Law Enforcement, and Border Management. 

Liberia National Elections

Of the 3 million eligible voters, 81% successfully registered. 27,192 registrations, accounting for 1.1% of the total, were identified as duplicates and subsequently purged from the Voters Roll, safeguarding the authenticity of each ballot.
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Entry/Exit System for the EU

Laxton’s digital identity systems provide fast, accurate data on travellers crossing EU borders by land, sea, and through airports to ensure smarter border control and tougher security.
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Ghana 2020 National Elections

The Electoral Commission of Ghana was dedicated to providing equal voting opportunities to all Ghanaians, regardless of their location. To achieve this, they implemented Laxton’s mobile identity registration and verification solution.
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Mozambique Municipal & National Elections

66% of all Mozambicans live in rural areas and face significant logistical hurdles.Laxton came up with a solution that gave all eligible citizens the chance to register to vote in municipal and general elections.
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Zimbabwe Elections

Using customised biometric enrolment kits, the ZEC ensured that all eligible voters could register for the 2018 General Elections. A verified Voters’ Roll containing 5,6 million voters led to the highest voter turnout since the country transitioned to democracy.
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Indonesia AFIS Security Solution

Indonesian law enforcement needed a biometric solution to track crime and registered criminals across thousands of islands. This required mobile technology that could withstand the unique terrain and limited infrastructure.
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Malawi National ID

In 2017, Laxton was tasked with developing a Central Biometric Record Management System (CRMS) to give the people of Malawi their first internationally recognised ID Card and digital identity.
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