Keesing unveils AuthentiScan APP


Keesing has added the Keesing AuthentiScan APP to its range of solutions for ID document verification.

The app allows users to check the machine readable zone (MRZ) on ID documents using their smartphone.

Keesing says: “Depending on the document type, you can either take a photograph of the personal data page (passport) or of the cover and back (ID card, driving license). The smart app uses these images to check the MRZ automatically. “If all is well, a green tick appears on the screen. If not, the app automatically contacts the Keesing Expert Helpdesk, which will authenticate the document and update/finalise its status. AuthentiScan APP automatically forwards details of any ID document without an MRZ to our Helpdesk.” The outcome of each inspection is automatically saved and stored locally on the smartphone.

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Keesing AuthentiScan APP revealed
Keesing AuthentiScan APP revealed

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