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AUTENID

Authentic Identity

CARD  &  BIOMETRICS INTEGRATED SOLUTION

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Just Look & Tag

CARD +
BIOMETRICS

ANDOPEN's AUTENID provides a powerful solution by integrating biometric recognition and ID cards, combining the strengths of both technologies and addressing individual weaknesses.

The combination of biometrics and ID cards can be used in various applications, including access control, border security, financial transactions, and more.

Privacy

 

AUTENID is designed with personal information protection in mind.

 

Biometric data is securely stored on the card itself, reducing the risk of centralized data leaks or misuse.

 

Users have more control over their personal information.

Reduced risk of misuse

 

While IDs can be forged or stolen, integrating them with biometric information means unauthorized individuals would also need to pass biometric authentication, making it much more difficult for them to use forged or stolen cards.

Enhanced authentication

 

By using both ID cards and biometric recognition, dual-factor authentication is ensured, making it much more difficult for someone to impersonate another person.

 

This is particularly important in sensitive or high-security environments.

Enhanced Security

 

Biometrics, such as fingerprint, iris, or facial recognition, provide a high level of security because they are unique to each individual.

 

Combining this with ID cards adds an extra layer of security, ensuring that the physical cardholder matches the biometric data stored on the card.

Convenience

 

While biometrics enhance security, ID cards provide a convenient way to carry identification information.

 

Combining the two means individuals don't need to solely rely on their memory or biometric data for identification.

Versatility

 

The combination of biometrics and ID cards can be used in various applications, including access control, border security, financial transactions, and more.

With AUTENID, you can easily resolve all your concerns related to card-based systems and biometric verification.

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