Governments around the world continue to explore new solutions to manage identification for citizens, immigrants and refugees. Biometric identification successfully identifies and authenticates an individual with a press of a finger and provides 99.99% accuracy of correct identification and authentication.

Biometric sensors can be used to identify an individual to eliminate impersonation, reduce fraudulent activity and even provide proof of life for social welfare claims. This is particularly relevant in emerging regions where social welfare fraud places a significant strain on welfare funds.

Key Takeaways:

  • 99% accuracy of correct identification and authentication
  • Eliminates impersonation
  • Provides proof of life.