IDEX, IDEMIA collaborate on scalable contactless biometric card solutions

IDEX has revealed its continued development of end-to-end biometric solutions for payment cards with IDEMIA. Last year, IDEX first announced it was working with Safran Identity & Security (Morpho) in November 2016 to commercialize the first mass deployable biometric smart cards. Since then, OT and Safran’s Morpho business came together to become IDEMIA. The partnership has resulted in the completion of several end-user trials of next generation biometric cards with a leading payment provider. The success of these real-world trials

IDEMIA biometric payment card features FPC fingerprint tech

Fingerprint Cards has partnered with IDEMIA to develop a new generation of biometric payment cards. IDEMIA’s F-Code solution, a payment card that features a built-in fingerprint sensor, uses the recently announced T-Shape module which is part of the Fingerprint Cards FPC1300 sensor series. According to a statement from Fingerprint Cards, the T-Shape sensor module design is optimized for integration into smart cards. It is designed to pass the ISO standards for smart cards, and pre-qualification shows compliance with tough Card

IDEMIA provides biometrics-based passenger processing system at Changi Airport

IDEMIA (formerly known as OT-Morpho) has deployed a complete passenger processing biometric system at the newly opened Terminal 4 at Changi Airport in Singapore. Changi Airport originally selected IDEMIA in September 2015 to provide biometric identification and authentication services as passengers pass through the airport’s terminal. The solution is based on IDEMIA’s MorphoPass Airport Solution which provides automated passenger ID checks using facial recognition at all departure control points. The system includes a centralized platform used by airlines and the

IDEMIA and Royal Caribbean complete biometric verification trial with CPB

IDEMIA, formerly OT–Morpho, and Royal Caribbean Cruises have completed a public-private partnership trial with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) using facial recognition to verify passengers’ identities for entry and re-entry of cruise ships to secure and expedite passenger processing at U.S. sea-ports of entry. The “Sea Re-entry” trial, conducted at Cape Liberty Cruise Port in New Jersey, used IDEMIA’s facial capture and recognition solution to confirm the identities of individuals disembarking Royal Caribbean ships with the facial identities of

IDEMIA and JCB to introduce F-Code biometric payment card in Japan

IDEMIA has partnered with international payment network JCB to introduce the F-Code biometric payment card to Japanese customers. The F-Code solution is a payment card that features a built-in fingerprint sensor. F-Code ensures a unique and universal identification and helps retailers speed up the check-out process as well as enabling banks and governments to reduce illegitimate access to services and prevent identity fraud and theft. This partnership announcement was made by Didier Lamouche, IDEMIA’s CEO, at the JCB World Conference

Six states will trial digital driver’s license tests in 2018

The governments of six states — including Iowa, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Wyoming — will begin trialing digital and mobile driver’s license tests in 2018, according to a report by Government Technology. In what is perhaps the most notable plans of the six states, Iowa is collaborating with IDEMIA to introduce the mobile drivers’ licenses (mDLs) to iOS and Android users, as well as develop the biometric technology to access the app. Officials in all six states hope

IDEMIA to equip Levi’s Stadium with biometrics-based technology, deploy trusted fan program

The San Francisco 49ers and IDEMIA, formerly OT–Morpho and the exclusive provider of TSA Precheck, revealed a new multi-year partnership to promote and implement identity and security services from IDEMIA’S IdentoGO solution at Levi’s Stadium. In addition to offering TSA Precheck enrollment opportunities at 49ers home games, IDEMIA will equip the stadium with biometric-based technology to assist in fan experience and security in the near future. “We’re always looking for innovative ways to enhance security at Levi’s Stadium and IDEMIA’S

IDEMIA to revamp Colombia’s identification and civil registry platform

IDEMIA (formerly known as OT-Morpho) has been selected by the National Civil Registry of Colombia, the Colombian government agency overseeing citizen identity, to update the identification and civil registry platform. As the trusted database of citizens’ biometric and alphanumeric data, the identification and civil registry platform ensures the uniqueness of identities. IDEMIA has worked with the RNEC since the beginning of this project as well as has constantly supported the solution’s successive improvements. Seeking a need to reinforce the platform

NFL team announces multi-year partnership with IdentoGO by IDEMIA

IdentoGO by IDEMIA, formerly OT–Morpho and the exclusive provider of TSA Precheck, has been named the Official Identity Security and Biometrics Partner of the New York Jets. The multi-year partnership marks IdentoGO’s first NFL partnership and first exclusive sponsorship in professional sports. The deal will also provide Jets fans with the opportunity to register for expedited security screening for travelers (TSA Precheck) at MetLife Stadium on game days. “We are proud to be the first sports team to partner with