Elyctis releases tablet for mobile ID verification

November 23, 2016 - 

Elyctis has released the ID TAB – 9” series, a new mobile tablet that enables governments and private entities to verify ID documents, ePassports, and ID cards.

Designed for both public and private sector needs, government agencies can use ID TAB for border control, driving license read, ID document verification, or verification at issuance, among other situations.

In addition, private entities can use the ID TAB for banking KYC (Know Your Customer) records, mobile check-in, SIM registration and many more applications.

The movementless scanner enables a user to read the MRZ (machine- readable zone) of an ePassport or an ID card in a single step, which makes reading ID document fast and easy.

The ID TAB – 9” series, which includes 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities as well as an 8 Mp camera, is modular in order to meet all needs for ID verification.

The tablet body can include two modules to support a range of features, including MRZ reading, RFID reading, contact smart card, contactless smart card, security modules, biometrics, magstripe, and 1D/2D barcode.

There are two extension modules available for the Elyctis ID TAB – 9” series: the module 321 includes RFID reading along with Elyctis movementless MRZ scanner, while the module 331 includes two slots in ID-1 format and a security module in SIM format.

“In every ID document control application, there is now a requirement for mobility: the ID TAB is the perfect solution for all government and private needs and it will allow them to deliver a better and more flexible service to all citizens,” said Elyctis CEO Alexandre Joly.

Elyctis will be presenting at Trustech in Cannes, France, where it will demonstrate Elyctis ID TAB and other products.

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