Cognitec’s Face Recognition Technology Enables Verification in Veridos eGates at Bangladesh Airports

Bangladesh is now operating the country’s first eGates at the capital’s airport, featuring Veridos gates with Cognitec’s face recognition technology. The airport currently uses 12 eGates at the departure terminal and three eGates at the arrival terminal. Veridos will install 28 eGates at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and 22 eGates at other international border check…

High tech meets design: screenless wristband enables communication and contactless payment with innovative biometrics

The IoT (Internet of Things) building blocks from Infineon Technologies AG are becoming ever more powerful, energy-efficient, and smaller. Today, practically any everyday object can be enriched with smart functions to make life easier. Using system solutions from Infineon, Deed ®, a deep tech start-up from Turin, Italy, has been able to create a screenless yet…

Advancing contactless payments: Infineon , Fingerprint Cards join forces to drive mass deployment of biometric cards

Payment cards with integrated fingerprint sensor make contactless payments more convenient, more secure and hygienic. The contactless card remains in the hands of the cardholder throughout the entire payment transaction, while eliminating the need for PIN entries or signatures to authorize even high-value payments. Infineon Technologies AG and Fingerprint Cards AB  have joined forces to…

Why secure biometric systems still require hardware-based security

The Silicon Trust caught up with Infineon's Bernd Zwattendorfer to ask about his latest published article on biometric systems, FIDO and the impact that COVID-19 has had on the use of biometric systems. If you wish to read the article yourself, you can do so by following this link. https://youtu.be/C2VQXVTu0WI

Are you really John Doe?

The reasons why secure biometric systems still require hardware-based security By Bernd Zwattendorfer, Infineon Technologies The proof of a claim of a person’s identity – both identification and authentication – are fundamental processes for granting or denying access to services. These being either physical (yes, you really booked the hotel room) or digital online (yes,…

Australian DHA’s New Biometric System Goes Live Using Unisys Stealth(identity) and IDEMIA Biometrics

 and IDEMIA have announced that the Australian Department of Home Affairs’ (DHA)new Enterprise Biometric Identification Services (EBIS) system has gone live. EBIS is based on the Unisys Stealth(identity)™ multi-factor identity management and authentication solution and, using IDEMIA’s facial and fingerprint recognition algorithms, is one of the world’s most accurate biometric identity management systems used for…

IDEMIA, Zwipe, IDEX Biometrics hit key milestone towards Next Gen biometric card platform

IDEMIA, the global leader in Augmented Identity, and ZWIPE, a leading biometric fin-tech company, have announced, as planned (1), the arrival of the first engineering samples of the next generation of the biometric secure element. This device will be the heart of the F.CODE next generation biometric card that IDEMIA will sell to Financial Institutions ZWIPE,…

Precise enters partnership with Innovatrics

Precise has entered into a partnership with Innovatrics, one of the leading biometric solutions providers in the world. Innovatrics will be the provider of face recognition technology to Precises products in the Digital Identity business area. The collaboration supports Precise ambition to deliver world-leading biometric identification software that makes people’s everyday lives easier. “We are…