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WALTHAM, Mass., April 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GET Group North America, (“GET Group NA”) an innovative developer of mobile ID technology with over 20 years of experience in identity management, today announced that it has created, together with its global partner Scytáles AB, a fully-functional demonstration of the International Organization of Standardization (ISO) 18013-5. ISO 18013 is the international standard for driver’s license credentials and Part 5 will specify the technical and interoperability requirements for mobile driver’s licenses (mDL).
GET Group NA and Scytáles AB together create a nimble, global partnership to produce mDLs that can be issued and used everywhere. Both companies continue to participate in the development of ISO 18013-5 and support the latest “committee draft” of the technical standard. The standard supports user controlled direct device-to-device communication (offline mode) and user approval of a connection to the DL Issuing Authority to retrieve information (online mode). GET Group NA has successfully demonstrated both modes. Multiple modes of interaction, including Bluetooth LE, NFC, WiFi Aware, QR code, and online Internet requests for ID, mean flexible options for how mDL can be used everywhere around the globe.
GET mID™ is a mobile identity platform that combines compliance with identity security requirements, privacy by design, and American Association of Motor Vehicles Administrators (AAMVA) standards with the convenience and usability of a mobile application. GET mID™ can allow users to securely and efficiently convert to digital identification. GET mID™ provides a high assurance identity on a user’s mobile device, represents a convenient, secure and instant alternative to traditional physical identification documents, and utilizes formidable data encryption algorithms and communication security measures.
“Developing an ID solution that is efficient, affordable and secure, while at the same time compliant with the global identification standards, is not an easy task to achieve. We joined forces with GET and gathered the best experts in the field to develop this state-of-the-art technology that allows users to securely store their legal ID on their phone, control the interactions, and let others verify the data in real time,” explains Anna Seddigh, VP & Chief Communications Officer at Scytáles AB.
GET Group NA’s mobile ID technology is available today with customer- supported use cases for driver’s license, age verification, law enforcement authentication, real-time provisioning and revocation, secure authentication, encryption, and other applications.
About GET Group North America
GET Group North America is an experienced provider of high-assurance security solutions that enhance Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) operations. As a leading-edge systems integrator, GET Group NA and its partners design, manufacture, and implement end-to-end solutions for secure credentials that enable government agencies, motor vehicle departments, municipalities and law enforcement organizations to implement the latest in identity management technologies. From photo ID cards to driver’s licenses to passports, GET Group NA delivers advanced personalization capabilities that prevent identification fraud and accommodate diversified customer needs.
About Scytáles AB
Scytáles is breaking new ground by offering Mobile Drivers Licenses, and Mobile Derived IDs, Virtualized (Digitalized) IDs, such as travel documents, health care cards, corporate cards, smart- & loyalty cards, within the governmental & enterprise area, a complement to Security Printed Documents, via cloud-based software issued and personalized to handhelds & back-end systems along with validation mechanisms. The company´s Scandinavian roots and values are an important asset, as well as its extensive network of key players and legislators in 60 countries around the world.
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