Universal Identity Document Reading on a Smart Mobile Biometrics Platform
CredenceOne-MRZ expands on the CredenceOne platform by including an integrated travel document reader (ICAO 9303). Its compact design and long battery life make it the ideal choice for mobile identity checks using fingerprint and facial recognition in combination with a contact and contactless smart-card reader, as well an MRZ reader. Operators no longer have to switch equipment depending on the document presented. All of these features are provided on a state of the art Android platform that makes it easy for developers to create multiple applications that are intuitive for the operator. 3G cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS all come standard on CredenceOne-MRZ as well. Match a subject’s identity against a multitude of documents, or against an onboard database, or securely send a request to a remote AFIS database over any cellular or Wi-Fi network.

Biometrics and Credentials
CredenceOne-MRZ features four robust sensors on-board. It offers a completely integrated smart card reader system (contact & contactless), a MRZ scanner, a facial recognition camera and a fingerprint sensor. In combination, these sensors can authenticate an individual against their ID cards such as most state, local and national ID cards, TWIC, CAC, PIV cards and all ICAO 9303 passports as well. For facial recognition, CredenceOne-MRZ provides a 5 MP, high resolution and auto-focusing camera with native Android API support. The camera can also be used to read 2D and 1D barcodes. The fingerprint sensor is a FIPS-201 certified, 500 DPI capacitive fingerprint sensor, renowned for its reliability, durability and large international installed base.

CredenceOne-MRZ’s mobility is complemented by its 4-inch, capacitive, sunlight readable, LCD touch screen. The device exploits a dual-core processor, concentrating enormous power in a compact design. Connectivity is easy and fast with a wide range of connectivity options, including dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and 3G cellular networking. Further enhancing its mobility is the built in GPS feature, allowing the full benefits of geo-location, geo-fencing, time stamping and other location-based services.