Kollakorn working with CSIRO on biometric authentication technology

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Kollakorn working with CSIRO on biometric authentication technology

Sydney-based asset identification and security technology developer Kollakorn has signed a contract with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to assist Kollakorn in developing its patent known as CertainID, Manufacturer’s Monthly reports. CSIRO is an independent Australian federal government agency responsible for scientific research.

CertainID is a technology patented by Kollakorn that enables biometric authentication for individuals sending information over the internet, and other potential digital and peer to peer platforms while ensuring the security and privacy of the user’s biometric signature.

Kollakorn will work with CSIRO’s Data61 to develop a proof of concept, which will include a demonstration unit to identify the improvements to be included in the final product.

In 2015 CSIRO developed a new method of identifying invisible fingerprints.

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