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Appendix D: Testing and Evaluation Examples
Pages 155-158

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... The following examples outline aspects of testing from three realworld, large-scale systems: the FBI's Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) , Disney's entrance control system, and the U.S.
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... WDW tested various hand geometry and finger scanning technologies at several theme park locations to evaluate alternative technologies to the then-existing finger geometry used in its turnstile application. WDW also tested technologies for other applications to increase guest service and improve operating efficiency.
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... U.S. ARMY'S BIOMETRIC AUTOMATED TOOLKIT BAT was developed in the late 1990s by the Battle Command Battle Lab of the Army Intelligence Center at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, as an advanced concepts technology demonstration (ACTD)
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... BAT was then formally tested operationally and the required changes identified and made. The operational retests before and after deployment showed that the current generation BAT systems generally met all of the image quality and record format protocols speci fied by the FBI.

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