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Factil's system will help child protection agencies to share data securely.

Factil’s Kalinda system was specifically developed to provide case officers with an interagency search capability across the person, location and relationship data to speed information sharing.

The system utilises leading machine learning techniques, and is a scaleable solution in a secure certified government cloud environment.

Factil collaborated with University of Melbourne academics and specialist companies in the area of machines learning (Silverpond), secure cloud hosting (Sliced Tech) and application security (Sense of Security).

The Kalinda technology was selected to carry out the data analysis project for a Victorian whole-of-government initiative to establish a profile for every Victorian child.

Factil’s BRII Round 1 project to build Kalinda has directly led to 2 follow-on projects with the Victorian and Australian Governments.

Kalinda is also the reason behind the firm’s successful feasibility study stage of a BRII Round 2 challenge. That challenge will aim for fast and secure digital identity verification for people experiencing family and domestic violence.

As a direct result of the BRII project we were able to employ 3 new specialist staff … and the project directly led to a major sale into a Victorian whole-of government information sharing initiative.
— Graeme Port, CEO, Factil Pty Ltd

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