SDW InterOp 2016 statement regarding claims of ePassport reading speeds

21/06/16

The organisers of SDW InterOp 2016 would like to, in the strongest terms, clarify that any vendor claims being made surrounding the reading speed of ePassports is not in any way an official result of the tests.

Official results from the tests have yet to be published, but measurement of any reading times was NOT performed, in either the crossover or conformity parts of the event. Any such claims surrounding speed therefore must be considered unofficial, unverified and potentially unreliable.

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