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Electronic National Identity Card (E-NIC) is the digitization of the Sri Lankan National Identity Card. This solution is formulated to facilitate the general public an efficient and quality service through an identity card issued as an e – NIC with modern technological security features.
Under this solution it is intended to establish a national persons registry as a database with bio data of persons of 15 years or above, fingerprints as biometrics and a photograph taken according to ICAO standards and issue an e-NIC during a specific time period for the persons completing the eligible age, in order to identify persons for the purpose of facilitating the general public to obtain their day to day services and facilitating national security and accelerated economic development of the country.
A digital identity becomes imperative in the modern context and individuals and organizations move away from physical material into secure & virtual platforms. Creating a digital identity will enable the public to access government services and other related services from anywhere anytime on a single secure method. As more people, devices and associated personal data get online, there is growing focus on an enabling element of the new digital environment – our identities. User-centric digital identities are the base of trusted digital interactions and access to digital services, enabling personalization, customer loyalty, increased security and reduced costs.
Innovative customer services are possible: telemedicine and digital prescriptions, gig economy, more fluid workforce, digital banking via devices in the internet of things (IoT), digital transformation of supply chains and the provision of government services.
In this era of unprecedented data and ubiquitous intelligence, it is essential that organizations reimagine how they manage personal data and digital identities and how to solve identity in ways that empower individuals and offer control to individuals on their data.
The ports community system is a unique system designed for both ports and airports to facilitate digital transformation of operations at the ports and airports in the country. The objective is to improve ports, airports, shipping, logistics and supply chain efficiency by reducing transaction time and costs in addition to facilitating digital and paperless business environment while improve the scale, efficiency, productivity, cost effectiveness and the competitiveness of Sri Lanka Ports Authority / Port of Colombo and position the Port of Colombo as the most sought-after transshipment hub not just in the Indian Sub-Continent Region but also in entire South Asia. The solution would aim to examine, recommend and advice ways and methods to improve the scale, efficiency, effectiveness and productivity of the port by implementing a full digital transformation exercise using modern information technologies and automation.
Single Windows are platforms that are government mandated and allow for the submission of information to fulfill regulatory requirements between economic operators and government authorities. A Single Window is a single-entry point for data, and data should only be submitted once. In an ideal conception and design there would be only one national Single Window – for trade purposes – conform to the definition of a Single Window as being the single-entry point.
The vessel monitoring system (VMS) is a satellite-based monitoring system which at regular intervals provides data to the fisheries authorities on the location, course and speed of vessels. It is a system that is used in commercial fishing to allow environmental and fisheries regulatory organizations to track and monitor the activities of fishing vessels. They are a key part of monitoring control and surveillance (MCS) programs at national and international levels. VMS may be used to monitor vessels in the territorial waters of a country or a subdivision of a country from the coasts of many countries.
VMS systems are used to improve the management and sustainability of the marine environment, through ensuring proper fishing practices and the prevention of illegal fishing, and thus protect and enhance the livelihoods of fishermen. An Implementation of Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) is to manage marine and fisheries resources in a responsible and sustainable manner has been an increasing requirement for the fishery department. To provide a VMS solution, which is efficient and cost-effective, complies with technical and regulation compliance and also benefits the fisherman.
The new digital driving license system has been initiated by the Government of Sri Lanka in order to incorporate enhanced security features and replace the Smart Card based Driving license system. The department of motor traffic aims to automate the entire process from application, examination to delivery of driving license and activities throughout the license lifecycle.
An electronic driver’s license (eDL, electronic driver license, electronic driving license) is an official document enhanced with an electronic chip, which stores the holder’s personal data, both biographical and biometrical, for verification. The electronic driver’s license permits a specific individual to operate one or more types of motorized vehicles, such as a motorcycle, car, truck, or bus on a public road. The license is usually issued by state authorities or jurisdictions which may vary depending on the country. Migration from a traditional driver’s license to an eDL is a major opportunity for governments to bring numerous benefits, including increased accuracy and reliability of the national identity document and all connected data management systems, not to mention the most crucial advantage – increased road safety
An automated fare collection (AFC) system is the collection of components that automate the ticketing system of a public transportation network – an automated version of manual fare collection. An AFC system is usually the basis for integrated ticketing.
An AFC system can increase convenience in a city and improve its image. It can broaden customer bases for transport systems and establishments, because end users would naturally gravitate towards solutions that make their lives easier. All in all, an AFC system makes a city a better place to be.
Changing payment outlook of the passengers eliminates the hard cash requirement and minimizes the transit time that helps eliminate the long ticket queues is a significant driving force for the automated fare collection system market.
Justice systems around the world are moving away from legacy IT systems and paper-based procedures to embrace digital technologies. This transition to so-called digital justice is redefining the ways in which justice is delivered. Unburdened by the old processes and procedures, the justice system of tomorrow promises to be more efficient, fairer, and less expensive.
Today’s courts are turning to digital justice to help them overcome an array of challenges facing the legal system. Among the most serious of these challenges are the following:
Smart Parking is a parking strategy that combines technology and human innovation in an effort to use as few resources as possible—such as fuel, time and space—to achieve faster, easier and denser parking of vehicles for the majority of time they remain idle.
Smart Parking and its sister approach, Intelligent Transportation, are based on the fundamental ecological principle that we are all connected. Parking and transportation are both essential in the movement of people and goods. The Smart Parking and Intelligent Transportation vision and overlapping technologies are steadily melding into one integrated stream.
Biometrics is an automated method of recognizing or verifying a person based on a physical or behavioral characteristic. The features that are measured using biometrics include face fingerprints, palm, ear-lobe, handwriting, iris, retina, vein, and voice. Because each individual has a unique biometric print, security and verification solutions based on biometrics offer a better and more accurate means of ensuring application integrity, than passwords or access cards.
Biometric identifiers are the distinctive, measurable characteristics used to label and describe individuals. Biometric identifiers are often categorized as physiological versus behavioral characteristics. Physiological characteristics are related to the shape of the body. Examples include, but are not limited to fingerprint, palm veins, face recognition, DNA, palm print, hand geometry, iris recognition, retina and odor/scent. Behavioral characteristics are related to the pattern of behavior of a person, including but not limited to typing rhythm, gait, keystroke, signature, behavioral profiling, and voice. Some researchers have coined the term behavior-metrics to describe the latter class of biometrics.