Digidentity’s remote Identification removes need for face-to-face checks

Digidentity has rolled out its Remote Identification technology, that uses Near Field Communication (NFC), Liveness Detection and Selfie Check.

The platform can verify over 4,000 different identity documentation (eg. passports, identity cards and driving licences) across more than 180 nationalities.  

With the development of Remote Identification, Digidentity can now onboard new users looking to use Qualified eSignatures within minutes. The technology removes the need for physical presence for identification.

Marcel Wendt, CTO of Digidentity, says: “The development of Remote Identification is very important. It is the culmination of 13 years of developing identity services. We are proud to be leading identity verification into the future with our remote identification service, being rolled out at an international level.”

“Remote Identification enables companies to identify both employees and customers efficiently. It can also arrange legal matters with great ease of use. This includes employment contracts, business services and onboarding processes. Following the impact of COVID-19, there has never been a greater need for this development.”

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