BIO-key International enters strategic relationship with Experian Public Sector.
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DVLA says from January 2015 it will no longer issue the paper counterpart to photocard driving licenses.
HID Global seals a deal to supply its ActivID Credential Management System to Eid Passport for its new PIV-I managed service.
James ‘Jim’ Ousley to join Identiv board of directors from 31 July 2014.
The results from the most recent SAC interoperability tests in Madrid have been released with improved performance, but some "astonishing" results.
The President of Kyrgyzstan has signed into law a plan to register the biometrics of all Kyrgyz Republic citizens over the age of 16 by August 2015. It is expected that biometric passports will be issued from 2016.
Gemalto, Datacard and Morpho ranked the top three by ABI Research’s latest Government & Healthcare ID: Smart Card and Legacy Credentials Competitive Assessment.
M2SYS Technology's M2-FuseID smart fingerprint reader receives FBI Personal Identity Verification certification.
Cross Match announces availability of its biometric solutions to enable criminal booking, mobile ID, enrolment and border verification via the UK’s G-Cloud CloudStore.
New biometric passport project in Sri Lanka supported by Australia
Málaga Airport’s Automated Border Control management system comes into service.
Identiv’s Physical Access Control System solution now included on FICAM’s Approved Products List (APL).
The number of National eID cards in circulation will double from 1.75 billion to 3.5 billion between 2013-2018
eDLs present a significant opportunity for issuing authorities to provide meaningful services to motorists. At the same time, these new licenses can simplify administration, provide higher-quality data and services, and can make organizations more efficient. NXP reports.
The next evolution of the ePassort standard will introduce the ability to add data to the electronic component of the passport post issue, in order to load and read information such as biometric data or electronic visas and entry/exit stamps during its lifetime. Gemalto discusses the importance of selecting the right partners and suppliers for this task.
Organizations need to take more of a holistic approach when selecting the right desktop printer for a government ID program – part of this includes the print technology, but it also includes the quality of the card, durability and security features put on the card, and overall cost of the program. Datacard reports…
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