February 18, 2016 -
Morpho (Safran) announced it is demonstrating its latest biometric identification technologies under the banner of “Enjoying life in a connected world” at the GSMA Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona from February 22 – 26.
Morpho offers a range of digital identity solutions whose biometric capabilities help bridge the gap between physical and digital identities, delivering improved security and convenience to service providers and end users.
The company’s booth will showcase several Morpho digital identity solutions. First, Morpho will demonstrate its customer registration solutions for the telecom and payment sectors (eKYC), which will include a live demo of deployments in India with Aadhaar.
Morpho’s mobile ID and authentication solution, GSMA Mobile Connect with integrated FIDO face recognition capability, will be on display at Morpho’s booth as well as at the GSMA Innovation City component of the conference.
The company will showcase its remote SIM provisioning for IoT, which is GSMA-compliant and provides secure connectivity for low power network transactions with embedded Secure Elements (eSE).
Perhaps most notable, Morpho will display biometric contactless payment solutions using MorphoWave technology. The solution will also be shown at the VISA stand.
Morpho will also showcase its value added services, including network and device quality of experience, device and network fraud alerts, user activity-based mobile marketing such as individualized promotional.
Finally, Morpho will premiere a special film made by Morpho’s customers and employees, which conveys their vision of a connected world.
In addition to demonstrating its portfolio of solutions, Morpho executives will also be delivering two key speeches at the conference.
Morpho chair and CEO Anne Bouverot will deliver a keynote presentation on how “Mobile is Securing the Digital ID” on February 23 at 9:15 am.
Additionally, Jessica Westerouen van Meeteren, executive vice president of Morpho’s government identity solutions division, will participate in the session on “Digital Identity for Connected Societies” on February 22 at 11:00 am.