The company’s suite of mobile biometric apps feature facial biometric proofing, digital identity document checks, physical access management, keyless locks and geo-location attendance and workforce management.
For instance, thanks to expanded support for near-field communication in Apple’s iOS 13, the company has expanded its Proof by Ipsidy offering, a mobile identity verification solution using government-issued credentials and real-time biometrics.
"Everything starts with trusted identity," CEO Philip Beck said in a statement. "Our identity platform approach allows us to offer a suite of services that our customers can use to seamlessly create the foundation of trust for multiple use cases with omni-channel user experiences delivered through the Ipsidy mobile identity applications and [software development kits]."
In addition, the Long Beach-based company expanded its Time app - an employee time and location mobile app that allows employers to manage attendance across multiple worksites by requiring workers to verify their identity with an ID and a real-time selfie.
Its Concierge app, which enables real-time monitoring of residents and visitors entering a building, is now available on iOS and Android, the company said.
Lastly, the company integrated its new FaceLok software development kit (SDK) into the Ipsidy mobile app, as well as Time and Concierge. The SDK allows any mobile application to support a multitude of use-cases including biometric identification, account logon, high-value transaction authorization and multi-factor authentication.
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