Facilitating biometric enrollment and ID checks with the ID Screen range
ID Screen combines IDEMIA’s best biometric technologies (fingerprint and facial), advanced connectivity and ergonomics into a powerful mobile tablet
ID Screen is the ideal ID enrollment and verification tool for a variety of mobility use cases for governments and enterprises
IDEMIA boasts a 20-year experience in the development of mobile biometric devices, initially for police forces and government applications. With more than 150,000 biometric tablets sold to date, IDEMIA has enabled a wide variety of civil and corporate applications everywhere in the world.
ID Screen is the most compact and lightweight biometric tablet in its category. For more convenience and to take full advantage of all its embedded multi-application hardware features, this biometric tablet offers advanced ergonomics through a portrait-shape format with an 8” (1280 x 800) color touchscreen, which provides an intuitive handling and very comfortable grip.
ID Screen provides unique multi-biometric capabilities: it embarks IDEMIA’s field proven CBM E3 optical fingerprint sensor, as well as facial capture capabilities.
Powered by a 2GHZ Quadcore processor and a large-capacity battery and running under Android 10, ID Screen provides full connectivity through 3G, 4G, Wifi or BLE. Face capture or document and MRZ scanning are enabled by an 8MP rear camera with autofocus and dual flash. Contact and contactless smartcard readers are embedded to enable checks with an eID card or an ePassport.
ID Screen’s versatility serves a variety of civil and corporate ID enrollment and verification use cases “on the go”: population census, elections, ID document delivery, subject identification, or corporate usage like eKYC for customer onboarding or access control and time attendance.
With ID Screen, IDEMIA is offering to the market the combination of the best biometric technologies embedded into a mobile tablet. It provides a convenient and smart way to deploy digital services to multiple categories of users in a wide variety of places.