MOSIP Compliant Biometric Scanners
* - MOSIP Compliance in Progress
Our biometric enrollment scanner passed self-testing and were integrated with the Modular Open-Source Identification Platform (MOSIP) security standard.
Because of the BioEnable team's quick understanding of the security model and API specifications, our biometric scanners achieved MOSIP compliance.
MOSIP is an open-source platform designed to help governments and international organisations build a foundational identification system at a low cost. A functioning identity system allows individuals to obtain a unique identity from the government in order to access various services such as financial and social security. Nations can use the platform to create their own identification system. It provides a vendor-neutral and interoperable approach that allows governments to precisely configure their systems. Aside from that, the platform provides approaches to addressing various challenges when constructing a national functional system that assists in meeting essential needs. Nations are free to use MOSIP to create their own identity systems.
The platform can be used for various use cases such as national ID systems, voter ID systems, and welfare schemes. The platform is designed to be scalable and can handle millions of identities. The platform is also designed to be secure, to protect the privacy of individuals and to prevent data breaches.
SBI (Service-based Interface) in MOSIP (Modular Open Source Identity Platform) refers to a set of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that provide a standard way for interacting with different components of the MOSIP platform.
The SBI is designed to support a modular architecture, which means that different components of the platform can be easily replaced or upgraded without disrupting the overall system. The SBI provides a standard way for components to interact with each other, making it easier to integrate new components and services into the platform.
The SBI also makes it easier for third-party applications and systems to integrate with MOSIP, as they can use the SBI to interact with the platform. This can help to increase the functionality and utility of the platform, and make it more useful for a wider range of use cases.
In summary, the SBI in MOSIP is a key component that helps to ensure the modularity, scalability, and interoperability of the platform, and makes it easier for third-party applications and systems to integrate with MOSIP.
The applications would use device discovery to identify MOSIP compliant devices in a system. The protocol is intended to be a simple plug-and-play solution, with all necessary abstraction to the specifics.
The device information API would be used by applications to identify MOSIP compliant devices and their status.