Idemia will use one of its smartphone-based products to digitize driver's license and other state-issued identification cards of Arizona residents. The company said Thursday its Mobile ID technology is designed to enable users to store a digital version of these IDs in a smartphone application.More
An Idemia-developed algorithm has recorded over 95 percent accuracy during a Department of Homeland Security exercise aimed at assessing the capacity of facial recognition technology in identifying masked individuals. Idemia said Monday its algorithm also achieved a True Identification Rate of over 99.5 percent of subjects not wearing masks as part of the DHS Science and Technology Directorate“™s 2020 Biometric Technology Rally.More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 20, 2021 “” Idemia National Security Solutions, an affiliate of the identity-related security services company, has been tapped by the U.S. Postal Service and its law enforcement unit to provide USPS locations with identity verification services, including in-person proofing and biometric capture capabilities, in support of the agency's five-year e-government services plan, GovCon Wire reported Jan. 13.More
Identification technology provider Idemia aims to introduce mobile driver's license programs in 10 states by the end of the year, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Delaware partnered with the company to roll out mDL technology via a pilot program for local residents with Android or iOS devices and began efforts to raise awareness of digital verification features.More
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