is MOSIP compliant
A multi-modal biometrics, MOSIP compliant tablet.
Chameleon 8 is MOSIP compliant, which creates new opportunities for countries to biometrically register and verify citizens, wherever they are. The device captures documents, fingerprints, irises, and face, in line with ICAO requirements. By working closely with MOSIP, Laxton developed the registration client and Secure Biometric Interface, allowing operators to register citizens using this processor. Chameleon 8 conforms to the Secure Biometric Interface 1.0 Trust Level for registration and performs secure capturing, processing, signing, and encryption of biometric data.
An Identity in
in any enviroment
The Windows-based tablet is highly customisable and modular to perfectly match the task. Captured data is safely stored while working offline and uploaded when re-connected. The light-weight device is easy to operate in any environment.
- The device is IP 65 rated.
- MIL-STD 810G certified.
- 7600mAh battery capacity.
- The 10-point durable full colour capacitive touch screen is scratch resistant and sunlight readable.
- The large screen creates a computer-like experience while completing forms.
- Allows for additions like a secure document reader.
- Accessories such as an IP67 case with printer.
Built as a public good, MOSIP helps governments to put a digital ID in place by embracing best practices of scalability, security and privacy. The platform aims to empower every individual with a unique identity that allows them to authenticate themselves anywhere and anytime.
A foundational ID system is a critical national infrastructure, It requires the highest level of security and accuracy. MOSIP provides the core modules needed for an identity system, according to their ‘Good ID’ philosophy. The foundation of Good ID is inclusivity. A digital ID unlocks opportunities for individuals and should be accessible and fair with inclusive practices and features. Laxton is a proud member of the MOSIP Partner Ecosystem. This ecosystem helps stakeholders to take part in the development of foundational digital ID systems that are secure and interoperable.