In June 19, Telpo brought smart digital identity devices and embarked on enhancing the system for digital identification in Africa on ID4Africa 2019.
ID4Africa is a yearly exhibition in order to claim the legal identity for all in Africa, in the service of development, humanitarian action, security, and facilitation. The event was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from June 18th to 20th.
Biometric identification improves the legitimate rights and interests of individuals. Biometrics transforms personal identification from identity cards, passports to individual biometrics, highlighting the uniqueness of individuals and the legal security of personal information. Telpo has several secure and convenient biometric data recognition machines.
Combined with fingerprint recognition, eye iris recognition, face scan recognition, etc., Telpo has launched a variety of data identity devices.
Mobile fingerprint reader recognizes TPS360
The fingerprint reader is considered to be the most popular biometric method in the world. The Telpo TPS360 is compact and portable with STQC-certified fingerprint recognition. The TPS360's fingerprint reader is compliant with ANSI/INCITS and ISO/IEC. Equipped with a large battery of 3.7/7500mAh, TPS360 can successfully solve long-term outdoor work.
Retina recognition device TPS450
With a global usage rate of only 7%, the iris is a more stable and safe way of biometric identification. The Telpo bio-tablet TPS450 adopts the iris recognition technology and fingerprint recognition. It can be switched and used according to the situation in the identification, and the anti-counterfeiting ability is strong.
Face recognition device TPS980
It has entered a time of looking at the "face", and face recognition is far ahead in terms of precision, experience, and agility. As the world's first manufacturer to produce face recognition payment, Telpo independently developed the face recognition terminal TPS980, which has proposed a solution for government identity verification and face recognition bio-devices.
Africans have a special skin tone. Many African customers doubt whether Telpo's face recognition machine can successfully recognize black skin. It is worth reminding that Telpo has already reached an agreement with Amazon, and the machine has successfully connected to Amazon's face recognition algorithm. Amazon's face algorithm is more powerful for capturing live information on black skin tones. Telpo also tested the face recognition of the TPS980, and the success rate of face recognition was nearly 99.5%.
Biometrics has become increasingly popular in Africa and has been widely used in government elections, referendums, and citizenship ID cards. Telpo has been involved in elections in some African countries, providing biometric devices and technical support to institutions in African countries. Covering 1,000 service providers worldwide, Telpo provides biometric machines and solutions for several African countries, such as South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Tanzania, and more.
Answer questions for customers
The ID4Africa exhibition is not only a platform for collecting the latest biological equipment for the government and demanders but also a platform for face-to-face communication between technology developers, equipment manufacturers, and purchasers. You are welcome to come and talk to our booth D10.
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