MotionQR has released a new video showing a digital passport embedded within an encrypted motionQR Code containing all pertinent information for our user to gain border access. While detailed biometrics (facial / fingerprint / vocal / etc.) can be readily used with motionQR to more conclusively identify the individual, this video shows a simple comparison to the user’s photo (much like much today’s manual border check).

As MotionQR says, “It’s not too much of a leap to imagine this being readily applied to a vast range of mobileID applications wherein a fully secure digital identification is required.” What do you think?

 

About the Author Steve Atkins

As well as the head of the Krowne Communications GmbH, Steve Atkins is also the Program Director for the Silicon Trust and editor of the program's VAULT magazine – covering secure ICs, cyber security, contactless, NFC, mobile, blockchain and cloud-based technologies. He is currently based in Berlin, Germany.

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