IDEMIA received the award of Global Biometrics Company of Year for 2019 promoted by Frost & Sullivan Company. The leader in augmented identity has its positions reaffirmed by one of the biggest agencies for identification, analysis, and monitoring of new emerging technologies and markets. Frost & Sullivan‘s final decision was boosted by IDEMIA’s anti-spoofing capabilities and systems.
The MorphoWave Compact (MWC), the F.CODE smart card, and the OneLook multimodal capture device stood out of Idemia’s range, considered as highlights. The MWC is an access control device that uses contactless biometric technology to scan users’ fingerprints. The solution had last year, 2019, an Artificial Intelligence upgrade, becoming faster and even more precise.
F.CODE Smart Card is another innovative solution, in which there’s a fingerprint sensor built-in. Thus, instead of using PIN code for payment authentication, you’re invited to use your fingerprint. This technology deployed on JCB Cards was awarded twice at Cards and Electronic Payments International Asia (CEPI) Summit. ONELOOK solution is a multimodal biometric device: It can handle both face and iris recognition. The solution passed all NIST testing performed with excellence, also during the Biometric Technology Rally.
“IDEMIA supports its channel partners through the entire sales and product lifecycle,” affirms Ram Ravi, a Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst. “Overall, its industry-leading technology, unrivaled customer support, and next-generation innovations earn IDEMIA an eminent position in the global biometrics market.”
Another great solution exalted by Frost & Sullivan was the Augmented Vision Technology. The monitoring solution is capable to analyze metadata with high accuracy of complex environments. By far, the best surveillance solution. Augmented Vision received the award of Best Practices in the industry.
The awards were handed out by Frost & Sullivan and they are selected by top industry analysts who evaluate the companies based on : Innovation, customer service and overall performance. IDEMIA revealed at the occasion that it will soon be providing a biometric identity for the citizens of Morocco. The company in a partnership with INTERPOL will provide training on document security.