We’ve released our newest version of our SDK via FTP access for our customers. This new version has additional support for military IDs, common access cards, and new driver’s licenses.
About one in every three college students is likely to own a fake identification card by the end of their sophomore year, according to a study published in the journal Psychology of Addictive Behaviors in 2007.
The 3M CR100 Reader is a standalone USB-connected device that will read any MRZ encrypted passport or document. Combined with our WizzForms software, you can quickly scan any passport and collect information including name, gender, date of birth, and nationality. We also provide an option to read any magnetic stripe or 1D barcode cards including loyalty and frequent flyer cards to provide you a complete and versatile solution.
The iMag Pro II is our newest magnetic stripe reader for the latest Apple products. With this device, you can read credit cards, signature debit cards, gift cards, loyalty cards, driver’s licenses, and ID badges. This device work perfectly with our UniScan Mobile App and we also have a SDK available for you to build your own mobile applications.
In April, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reportedly will begin enforcing the REAL ID Act, a measure requiring Americans to produce federal government-approved identification upon demand. In order to ensure that all Americans carry the national ID card, the REAL ID Act establishes standards for driver’s licenses that must be met by states. However, Ohio has now backed out of the REAL ID program.
Residents holding handwritten and 20-year duration passports with validity beyond November 2015 have been asked to reapply for its’ reissuance, to avoid any inconvenience in obtaining visas or problems related to immigration formalities.
Plymouth County drivers renewing their licenses after Wednesday, Jan. 1 may not have to return in five years. New legislation allows the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) to transition from five-year driver’s licenses to eight-year licenses, according to a press release.
Airports will require you to show two types of IDs starting December 1st. In response, the “STAR ID” program will start distributing a new, more secure ID.