Alice Biometrics ranks #1 in remote identity verification systems, according to NIST
The prestigious National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST), part of the US Department of Defense, has published the results of the 1-to-1 test for facial recognition providers. Alice ranked first among remote video-identification companies worldwide.
This reaffirms Alice’s position as the best solution for remote identity verification using facial recognition. The results of this evaluation, as well as the details of this test, can be found on the official NIST website FRVT 1:1 Verification. In Spain, Alice ranks 100 positions above its most direct competitor in this evaluation.
The VISABORDER test scenario, ideal for measuring the performance of IDV systems.
NIST uses different types of test scenarios in the analysis of different use cases. Such as video surveillance environments or video identity identification;
The VISABORDER test scenario refers to the confirmation or denial of an identity by comparing two biometric factors against each other with a set of face photographs specially selected to measure the performance of remote video identification (VDI) systems.
Alice achieves a False Non-Match Rate (FNMR) of 0.3%, for a False Match Rate of one in a million verifications (FMR).
Extract of FRVT 1:1 Verification table (NIST)
Alice, an advantage for trusted e-service providers.
All tools used by Qualified Trust Service Providers (QTSPs) for the use of non-face-to-face identification of qualified electronic certificate applicants must comply with this requirement. Therefore, they can rely on Alice Biometrics for this task.