08 Feb 2021
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IDEMIA’s Top 4 Trends in Biometrics for 2020

IDEMIA’s Top 4 Trends in Biometrics for 2020

As the world leader in biometric solutions, Idemia Biometric devices explore the top four biometric

The full potential of biometrics is yet to unfold. The public and private sectors drive its growing usage. In our increasingly connected world, biometrics is set as one of the key enablers of its digital transformation. Today, the biometric industry’s central focus is to protect our identity and improve security for all of us.

1) Use of multi-biometric identification adds a further level of security

As the only form of Idemia Biometric devices that leaves a visible trace, our fingerprints were the first biometrics widely used for identity verification. Today, other biometrics such as face, iris, and DNA are commonly used as well. 2020 will see more and more solutions that offer multi-biometric identification. The combination of multiple types of biometrics enhances security and adds granularity. Depending on the nature of transaction or interaction, different levels of security might be needed. We can already unlock our smartphone with either our fingerprint or face, as this is a comparably less sensitive action. In contrast, mobile biometric devices using fingerprints and faces have, for example, been developed for law enforcement agencies, enabling officers to verify the identities of individuals while patrolling the streets. Another example is the national eID card in Nepal. Nepalese citizens can use their ID cards to interact with their bank, which is why both fingerprint and iris data are embedded into the card for maximum security. 2020 will see this trend growing.

2) Increased exposure of biometrics calls for top-notch technology to secure data

Today, public and private sectors alike face the challenge of achieving two aims simultaneously:
  1. Enhanced, convenient services in a digital world
  2. Prevention of identity theft when using these services
Biometrics is the safest way to verify one’s identity. With the assistance of advanced technologies, the verification of identities with biometrics is fast and easy. However, due to their increased usage, biometric data becomes ever more exposed. On top of this, the trend of storing data in the cloud increasingly includes even the most sensitive data. From startups to large multinationals, cloud computing has revolutionized the way many organizations store and interact with data. It facilitates easier data management, flow and sharing. Biometric data is arguably one of the most sensitive types of data that one can get hold of. 2020 will be all about developing ways to provide extremely tight cyber security to protect biometric data – in the cloud or wherever it might be stored, processed or shared. Three ways of securing data will ensure we can continue to benefit from convenient services and security at the same time, and feel confident in sharing our data:
  1. Secure multi-party computation. While securing data in rest and in transit is quite common, the trickiest part is to secure data that is being processed. Traditionally, the processing party had to be able to ‘see’ data to be able to work with it. The risk connected with this method is significantly reduced when the work of processing the data is shared between different parties. It means that there is not one central player processing all the open, vulnerable data, but several contributors. Only by breaching the data processed by each player would the data make sense to the malicious perpetrator. In 2020, we will see a much wider application of this methodology.
  2. Verifiable computing. For the security of biometric data, this is a very interesting trend in data processing, which will further develop in 2020. Verifiable computing means that one central entity can outsource the computing of data to another potentially unknown, not previously verified entity, while maintaining verifiable results. In the world of biometrics this could mean that we could do the matching of our own data to verify our identity, for example on our smartphone (i.e. the unknown, not verified entity), without anyone doubting the validity of the computing we have done. This would mean that we control our biometric data at all times and it would never leave our own device.
  3. Homomorphic encryption. Homomorphic encryption already protects data both at rest and in transit. However, the Holy Grail that we will see developing in 2020 is to apply this encryption technology also to data that is being processed. The goal is simple – to ensure the data processor cannot decipher or even understand the content that is being processed. It is a method of performing calculations on encrypted information, without decrypting it first. In 2020, we will see a movement towards standardizing homomorphic encryption on a worldwide level. The standard will give a boost towards the aim of using encrypted biometric data while computing. With this last step, end-to-end data privacy can be achieved, given that at no moment in time data is exposed without protection.

3) Wide-spread adoption of facial recognition technology

With high performance levels in terms of speed and accuracy, it is no wonder that we will see a wide adoption of facial recognition technology in 2020. Already over the last few years, many use cases have demonstrated how this technology brings convenience and security. It is one of the least intrusive biometric identification methods because it requires little behavioral adaptation. Today, facial recognition is already used to enable security and convenience. It is, for example, an important facilitator to manage the increasing number of travelers globally. In Europe, over 18 countries are using facial recognition, allowing 200 million passengers to cross borders using their face1. Banks have also started to deploy biometric-based systems, so users no longer need to visit branch offices when opening new bank accounts. They simply capture a picture of their ID and take a selfie. Liveness check functionalities permit the customer to prove who they are with a few movements of their head, ensuring a photo or video of them is not used to impersonate them2. As facial recognition continues to be widely implemented, what are some of the new use cases we should expect to see in 2020?
  1. Protection of public places with video analytics. Enhanced video analytics add intelligence to existing video surveillance. This technology will in 2020 play an increasingly important role in providing effective solutions to detect threats. Combined with efficient incident response platforms, video analytics enable the law enforcement community to react quickly when a person of interest is detected in a vulnerable area. The analytics provided can be compliant with the strictest data protection laws; detecting biometrics, i.e. face, is by far not their only capability. Next year, we expect to see this type of tool widely offered and therefore a sharp increase in its use.
  2. Facial recognition in new industries. While most use cases for facial recognition involve the public sector, many technically advanced industries are expected to implement facial recognition technology for security and convenience as well – like the automotive industry. In 2020, more and more proofs of concept will emerge enabling drivers to access their vehicles and start the engine by simply showing their face. Thanks to facial recognition, the vehicle will automatically adjust the temperature settings, move the seat precisely to fit physical characteristics and preferences and load personalized data, including music playlists and navigation settings into the infotainment system. Moreover, facial recognition replaces the need to look for physical keys (or mobile devices) to open a vehicle and drive away. This improves security by defeating “relay attacks”, where the signal from a car key is captured by the perpetrator within the vicinity of the car using a special device, and car hijacking attempts as the car can only be driven by recognized drivers.

4) Development of a regulatory and ethical framework for the use of facial recognition

Facial recognition technology offers significant problem-solving potential for both security- and convenience-related use cases. Yet as its use is based on monitoring people’s movements, this specific type of biometric data is particularly personal. Citizens have to keep control of their biometric data. They need to know how their data is used, how long it is saved and for what reason. To address unease, 2019 has already seen several attempts to develop regulatory and, arguably more importantly, ethical frameworks that define the way facial recognition technology should be used. IDEMIA expects this trend to grow in 2020, with national initiatives being escalated to a continental or even global level. As a leading provider in the industry, IDEMIA encourages the cooperation between governments, the private sector and providers of the technology to define a framework that allows all stakeholders and end-users to benefit from this technology while addressing the public’s concerns. Idemia Biometric devices اجهزة بصمة وجه فرنسى
16 Jan 2021

VisionPass جهاز بصمة الوجه الفرنسى الاحدث فى العالم

Idemia VisionPass To protect their premises, organizations need access control solutions that provide a high level of security but not to the detriment of employees’ experience, which requires ease and speed of use. Bearing those key constraints in mind, IDEMIA involved partners and end-users in the development of VisionPass, the ultimate face recognition device for access control. In this product, IDEMIA associated its latest advances in Artificial Intelligence and facial recognition algorithms with a state-of-the-art optical set combining 2D, 3D and infra-red cameras in order to meet the expectations of the most demanding clients. The result? A robust, reliable and powerful device, providing near-motion 1-second verification through multiple angles and in all light conditions, and resistant to all kinds of spoofing attempts.

Unique performance

Thanks to the association of a state-of-the-art optical set combining 2D/3D/IR cameras with IDEMIA’s latest advances in AI and image processing, VisionPass provides both a high level of security and real user convenience.

True security

VisionPass incorporates IDEMIA’s latest spoof detection mechanisms and is capable of coping with face changes (change of haircut, glasses, helmet, etc.).

Easy deployment

VisionPass can be deployed at any location: indoor or outdoor. In addition to biometrics, it natively supports Prox, iClass, MIFARE, DESFire cards and PIN codes.

Contact Details

Star Technology for light current systems Co. Headquarter:-Address: 15 Al Fareek Ali Amer St. Nasr City Tel: +(202) 22730200 – 22730300 – 22730400 GSM: + (2 012)02013020 GSM: + (2 011)54000933 GSM: + (2 011)54000939 E-Mail: mramadan@stc-security.com Website: https://www.stc-security.com Sales Department  01150007381 – 01148009052 – 01142954520 – 01149044332
15 Oct 2020



Magic Face MF 900 model; It is one of the rare devices that combines face recognition, Fingerprint Reading, Card Reading and Password recognition. Thanks to high-level security measures, it can scan the face in 3 dimensions. Thanks to this feature, it does not recognize the printed face. The device also has a live body feature and can detect whether the face shown is alive or non-living. It has a large 5 inch touch screen. It can detect faces up to 4 meters away and has a dual core processor.

Contact Details

Star Technology for light current systems Co. Headquarter:-Address: 15 Al Fareek Ali Amer St. Nasr City Tel: +(202) 22730200 – 22730300 – 22730400 Sales Department 01150007381 – 01148009052 – 01142954520 – 01149044332

MAGIC FACE MF900 Mifare WI-FI Technical Specifications

Display:  5 inch TFT touch screen
User Capacity:  10,000 users
Face Recording Capacity:  10.000 face capacity
Fingerprint Recording Capacity:  10.000 fingerprints
Password Capacity:  10.000
Card Capacity:  10.000
Log Capacity:  160,000 logs
Wi – Fi Feature: It   can connect to wireless networks with WIFI .
Card Types:  125 kHz EM Proximity card
Recognition Types:  Face recognition , fingerprint, card, password
Speed:  under 0.2 seconds
Incorrect Acceptance:  <0.0001%
Incorrect Rejection:  <0.0001%
Processor:  Dual core
Work Light:  0-12000LUX
Recognition Distance:  Sensing distance up to 4 meters with special stereo dual sensor and illumination
Connection Type:  Wi-Fi ,  TCP / IP, USB host, USB slave, 1x relay, wiegand in & out
Trigger: It has a relay to open door, turnstile and barrier.
Standard Features:  255 Time Zone, Multi-identification Duress mode, Anti-passback
Voice Command:  32-bit Hi-Fi Turkish voice and sound indicator
Language:  Turkish and English voice
Operating Temperatures: Temperatures  between 0 and 40 degrees
Working Humidity Value:  20% to 80% humid areas
28 Sep 2020
ubio-x face

Nitgen UBio-X Face

Nitgen UBio-X Face

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Nitgen UBio-X Face
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01150007381 – 01148009052 – 01142954520 – 01149044332

Through relentless efforts in R&D, and responding dynamically to demands from the biometric security market, NITGEN is rapidly becoming the leader in biometric application/technology markets.

NITGEN has developed , and now offers, advanced biometric authentication solutions, which would not have been possible without the core technologies for fingerprint recognition solutions that NITGEN has.

A compact size fingerprint recognition sensor has been developed using NITGEN’s unique Optical design technology , and it has almost zero image distortion.

Therefore , it can capture ant fingerprint clearly, making it possible to verify fingerprints quickly and accurately.

NITGEN has been producing fingerprint recognition sensors since 1999, and today, NITGEN is capable of manufacturing 1,000,000 units annually.

NITGEN acquired both the ISO9001 and ISO14001 in January, 2001 thereby proving our customer-oriented quality and the environment management

The quality of NITGEN’S products is attested to by the international prizes and certifications awarded to our original fingerprint recognition technology.

NITGEN ‘s main product lines include hardware application products such as household door locks and access control systems, as well as various types of SDK for hardware developers.

As part of the international standardization movement in the biometric application/technology industry, NITGEN has developed an SDK that meets the BioAPI international standards, making it the first of its kind in Korea.

NITGEN is also active as an opinion leader in the domestic standardization movement.


22 Jul 2020
UBio-X Pro2 thermal side

UBio-X Pro 2 Thermal

UBio-X Pro 2 Thermal Contactless facial recognition terminal with temperature checker. Walk-through method facial recognition system “Nitgen UBio-X Pro 2-Thermal“integrated with thermal camera . Verifies individual’s identification and temperature simultaneously. Nitgen-UBio-X-Pro-2 General Information Nitgen UBio-X Pro 2 one of the powerful biometric device in the world
  • A new face Access Control and time attendance device, which recognizes faces at a distance up to 3 meters.
  • A high-performance algorithm provides the fastest matching speed at 20,000 face templates within 1sec.
  • High definition camera provides fast, accurate face authentication function under the brightest light up to 25,000 lux.
  • UBio-X Pro2 prevents unauthorized users from trying to authenticate with a 3D mask, photo, or cut-out photo.
  • High speed in faces recognition and fingerprint matching
  • Easy face enrollment by using a camera or uploading an existing photo
  • face time and attendance device, which patented fake fingerprint detection
  • Visible light technology, with IR technology
  • High ambient light conditions, illuminance up to 25,000
UBio-X Pro2 Thermal Face Recognition Display: 5″ color TFT LCD with Touch Large Memory: eMMC 16GByte, DDR3 2GB RAM (512MB x 4) High performance 1.0 GHz Quad Core CPU 2MP CMOS Camera w/IR LED Stronger filtering of brighter background conditions High Speed Face and Fingerprint Matching Patented Fake Fingerprint Detection Android 6.0 based intuitive GUI with 5″ Touch LCD RS232/RS485, Wiegand In/Out, Wifi (Optional), SD Card Soket Nitgen-UBio-X-Pro-2 Technical Information
Max Users 500,000
Log Storage 10 Million
Log’s Image Storage 20,000
Face Storage (1:1) 20,000
Face Storage (1:N) 20,000
Fingerprint Storage (1:1) 500,000
Fingerprint Storage (1:N) 100,000
Fingerprint Resolution (DPI) 500 DPI, Virdi of Korea, Anti-fraud
Card Storage 500,000
Card Type 13.56 MHz, 125 KHz RF/EM, HID Prox/HID iClass (optional)
OS Android 6.0
CPU Frequency 1 GHz
CPU Core Quad Core (Cortex-A9)
Camera Dual, recognition up to 3 M
Display Size 5″ Color TFT LCD with touch
Keyboard Touch
RS232 Yes
RS485 Yes
SD-Card Yes
Weigand Yes
WiFi Optional
Dimension (mm) 149.7 x 208 x 56.4
Weight (g)
Working Temperature (Celsius) -20 ~ 60
Working Humidity (%) 80
Power Supply DC 12 V – 2 A