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TypingDNA, CPaT release biometric student verification for airline training

TypingDNA, CPaT release biometric student verification for airline training
 

Airline and aviation industry distance learning provider CPaT Global has released CPaT I-Check Student Verification, a student verification tool with behavioral biometric technology developed in partnership with TypingDNA, the company announced.

By analyzing the way users type on the keyboard, the system ensures reliable and practical student authentication during remote learning online and offline, on both personal computers and mobile devices. The exception-based Administrator feature enables accurate identification and detects identity issues.

“We are excited to introduce such an innovative and effective solution for airline training,” said Brian Bergeron, president of CPaT Global, in the announcement.  “The combination of revolutionary technology, reliable identity data, and simple and flexible implementation make CPaT I-Check the right solution for distance learning in aviation.”

“We are thrilled to partner with CPaT to introduce typing biometrics to airlines around the world. TypingDNA’s innovative and secure identity validation based on proprietary AI technology will ensure exams’ integrity to endeavor academic excellence for aviation professionals,” TypingDNA Chief Executive Officer Raul Popa said in a prepared statement.

TypingDNA has recently partnered with Romanian company Tremend to introduce observED, a biometric data app for online exam proctoring. The company’s behavioral biometrics are also now available for Azure AD clients to ensure a frictionless two-factor authentication.

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