IDEMIA Launches Health Travel Pass

Fake health certificates have become a big issue since Covid began, even more so since vaccination programs started. IDEMIA is therefore launching Health Travel Pass, which can be rapidly rolled out and adapted to each country’s needs, while complying with international health certificate standards, including PCR test results, immunity tests and vaccination certificates. 

As the Pass is linked to a traveler’s identity, it cannot be transferred to anyone else and cannot be copied without appropriate authority. The Pass can also be incorporated into the Digital Travel Credential scheme tested by some countries in conjunction with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Passengers securely receive their health certificate stamped with the ICAO’s Visible Digital Seal, providing worldwide interoperability with secure encoding using data encryption. 

The Pass is available in various forms from a downloadable government-issued health app, a PDF document sent by email or a sticker to put on their passport’s visa pages.

Before check-in, border control or boarding, a biometric match is triggered between the passenger’s face and their passport photo, and the health certificate is verified. This quick process for both travelers and security staff guarantees convenience and cuts airport congestion when international air travel returns to normal.

In keeping with data privacy by design, IDEMIA’s Health Travel Pass complies with data privacy regulations. As such, passengers keep total control over their own health data.

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