NTL and NRTC Forge Partnership for Indigenous Biometric Technology Development.

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Islamabad: NADRA Technologies Limited (NTL) and National Radio & Telecommunication Corporation (NRTC) have inked a Memorandum of Understanding, signaling a joint effort in the indigenous co-development and production of biometric technologies. The signing ceremony took place today at NADRA Headquarters, formalizing this collaborative venture.

NTL, renowned as a system integrator for Digital Identity Solutions using the Pakistan ID Stack, brings a wealth of expertise to the partnership. Its domestic offerings, include its flagship product eSahulat and a bouquet of biometric verification services enabling fintech and telecom sectors. Internationally, NTL has successfully implemented projects in e-Governance, e-Passport, smart identity cards, and civil registration.

NRTC, with its specialization in telecommunication equipment, electronic systems, surveillance platforms, and software solutions, adds its state-of-the-art design and manufacturing capabilities to the collaboration. Renowned for both defense and civil sector products, NRTC operates with distinction at home and abroad.

This collaboration is geared towards the indigenous design and production of biometric and identity-related technologies, serving both local and international markets. The MoU was signed by MD NRTC, Brigadier Muhammad Asim Ishaque, and CEO NTL, Gohar Ahmad Khan, marking a significant milestone in the joint pursuit of indigenous technological advancements. Senior management from both NTL and NRTC witnessed the signing ceremony.