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New Suprema ID product among biometrics technologies on display at Identity Week 2019

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Gradiant will demonstrate its biometric facial recognition solutions and forensic technologies for automated digital onboarding and KYC processes at the Digital:ID EXPO portion of Identity Week London, June 11 to 13.

Identity Week London consists of Digital:ID, Planet Biometrics, and SDW.

In addition to its forgery detection technology, Gradiant is showing its faceIDNN facial verification software, which matches users to ID document photos. The technology matches individuals even if they have aged since the ID image was captured, and also provides anti-spoofing protection, according to the announcement. Galician Regional Government Xunta de Galicia’s Ignicia Programme co-funded the development of faceIDNN.

Gradiant has also developed biometric signature, voice, and liveness detection video technologies to act as a second authentication factor.

“Our solution focuses on taking advantage of digital onboarding process in order to collect other types of information that provide us with a higher level of security in their verification, such as their signature, voice or video,” says Gradiant International Business Development Manager Daniel Ramos. “We have these three biometric technologies and we can implement them together or separately.”

Aratek will also demonstrate its flagship biometric device, Marshall, at SDW, before heading to ID4Africa next week.

SPS launches new contactless card design

Smart Packaging Solutions (SPS) is introducing durable polycarbonate ID card product C-LAM, and will present its technology at the SDW section of the exhibition. C-LAM provides a new polycarbonate prelaminate with an inductive coupling antenna and contactless module, which can be delivered with chips from any semiconductor and OS vendors, such as fingerprint sensors.

Advantages of C-LAM include SPS inductive coupling technology, which avoids a physical connection between the large antenna and the chip to eliminate the risk of failure. The company says it also supports Custom Antenna Image (CAI) technology, and is easily integrated into production by smart card manufacturers.

“We developed C-Lam as a chip-agnostic solution, in collaboration with smart card manufacturers, in order to answer to the most demanding requirements expressed by issuers: extra-long durability, robustness and more space for the printing of personalization data,” declares SPS Marketing Director of ID Products Dominique Charrie.

SPS will be exhibiting in the SDW section of the Identity Week event and Dominique Charrie, Marketing Director of ID products at SPS, will be participating in a roundtable on Tuesday entitled “Which physical support is needed to effectively integrate digital ID?”

Acuant executives present

One of the keynote presentations at Identity Week will be delivered by Acuant CEO and President Yossi Zekri, who will speak about the challenges of establishing identity in the digital economy.

Acuant Executive Vice President of Global Sales Bruce Ackerman will discuss the evolution of omnichannel identity proofing, while the company’s Senior Account Executive for Government Systems Paul Townsend will present strategies to disrupt identity fraud.

The company will also demonstrate its biometric Acuant Face product, along with Acuant IDscan, Acuant AssureID, Acuant Ozone, and Acuant Review.

Suprema ID

Suprema ID is previewing it new BioMini Slim 3 FAP 30 fingerprint scanner, along with new Android-compatible RealScan-G10 and RealScan-D scanners at SDW. The company will carry out full demonstrations of the features of both product lines.

Android support for Suprema’s RealScan biometric scanners was introduced earlier this year.

Fortress Identity

Fortress Identity will demonstrate the expanded functionality of its voice authentication SDK at Identity Week. It now provides three different types of voice authentication to support different needs and environments.

Fortress Identity is also demonstrating a new authentication system that enables faster on-boarding of employees and customers, verifing the authenticity of an individual’s driver’s license or passport ID from over 200 countries in just seconds.

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