OT-Morpho’s U.S. innovation center explores biometric banking

OT-Morpho officially opened its first U.S. innovation center in Redwood City, California, which allows visitors to experience a biometric and digital journey encompassing banking, payments, IoT, telecom and retail processes for real-life technology integration.

The new center will serve as a hands-on lab to demonstrate how service providers who have gone digital have implemented and executed biometric technologies.

Visitors to the center will start their journey at “home” and then will eventually immersed in several daily life environments simulating innovative and customer-centric in-branch and in-store experiences.

The tour features biometric identity acquisition and verification based on identity documents such as the U.S. driver’s license and applicant face recognition.

Those visitors who are enrolled will be able to experience the future of banking and retail from a living room, in a coffee shop or in a gaming area, by engaging with advanced iris, face and contactless fingerprint technologies.

The future of the telecom and IoT sectors will also be exhibited with the latest in eSIM, subscription management and secure elements.

“Driven by strong consumer demand to access new services at anytime and anywhere, service providers are accelerating their digital transformation,” Arnaud Jullien, vice president of solution sales and international payment schemes at OT-Morpho, said. “Speed, convenience and security drive us to develop solutions that make life safer and easier for consumers who want to subscribe, connect, transfer, shop and pay in a seamless and frictionless way whatever the channel. We are creating a collaborative environment that will enable OT-Morpho to foster innovation and engage with a broad range of clients and partners to disrupt and ease consumer journey,”

Earlier this week, OT-Morpho released MorphoTop Slim, its new ultra-compact fingerprint capture product that is six times smaller than current products, facilitating its integration into mobile solutions or existing structures.

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