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Universal multi-document wallet for iOS and Android
All data validated and logged within secure GDPR compliant blockchain repository
Paperless proof of validity of certificates and qualifications
Provide visual check of identity
Share secure validated data via one-time use QR code
Time-stamping and geo-tagging of each scan operation
API integration with legacy applications
All data security processes to ISO27001 standards
The completely secure, easy to use Digital Passport
Onsite-ID is a universal multi-document digital wallet App for iOS and Android users. It was developed to allow a user (“wallet-holder”) to prove to a 3rd party (“gatekeeper”) their identity and the status of any qualification or certification they hold, all via the simple exchange of a one-time use QR code.
All documents stored within the system and the proof of the wallet-holders identity are held in an immutable form within our secure GDPR compliant blockchain repository (a tamper-proof store that ensures the integrity of the information being shared).
Initially Onside-ID was developed for the construction industry to enable site managers to prove the identity, qualifications and health and safety certification of the workforce entering their site. The universal nature of the App allows it to be used in any situation where there is a requirement to share original document data, untouched by human hands. This method of sharing mitigates a lot of the risk associated with paper documents and certificates.
With multiple document ability, the wallet-holder can select which documents to share and the App provides simultaneous validation of each of these via a single QR code and displays the status in traffic light form on the gate-keepers device enabling easy differentiation.
The system has two modes for sharing the information;
an open one-way validation
a closed group, two-way validation.
In one-way mode, the shared QR code is readable by any device equipped with QR scanner functionality or App enabling anyone to view the shared details.
In two-way mode both the “gate-keeper” and the “certificate holder” have the App installed on their device, allowing the identity of the gate-keeper to be validated and restricting the display of wallet-holder’s status solely to the gate-keeper. Additionally the scanning transaction is timestamped and geo-graphically logged with details recorded to the blockchain repository.
To further ensure the integrity of the data, in both modes the QR generated is a one-time use code that expires after is scanned to ensure it cannot be copied and reused.
The QR code is displayed on the wallet-holders device screen alongside their validated passport type image allowing the gate-keeper to ensure the correct individual is presenting the details. The ability for a user’s identity and image to be independently validated via a KYC (‘know your client’) service further enhances the integrity of the information.
The App’s open format and its API allows it to be integrated with certification bodies, government agencies etc as well as an organisation’s internal systems (Human Resources, Training etc) also providing the potential to integrate with building management and access control systems.
Do you have inside info on expected news?
Sharebel I have been in for months I am interested in what the government are going to bring out.
Are you even invested here - the point is this is unique secure methodology and innovation! Good god not sure what you’re hoping to achieve with your comments Jarv - this is as cheap as it comes pre-Monday and expected news! If you want a slice suggest you put your money down now.
IMHO DYOR GLA
Have to see what competitors there are as well
Apple/google isn’t an immunity passport nor GDPR compliant result storing - so not sure what your point is- odd how you are wishing to promote their ‘app’ - this isn’t the same thing at all. Collating and storing information is key to a cohesive and workable approach. GOV are working with consortium to produce POC antibody tests - how/where can they store results and people store their COVID info safely? CTEA app is the ideal solution. I just had a routine test - apart from an unsecured text I’ve got nothing to show anyone - if they wanted proof they’d have to go through an entire rigmarole involving data protection etc etc which would take days & clearly unworkable.
IMHO DYOR GLA
fm2x, a specialist software provider working with Z/Yen for over 25 years providing secure systems to the Cabinet Office and running youthinmind's systems, handling over 15 million clinical assessments per year.
Block chain server at CTEA can handle 2.9 million applications a day ...
That’s pretty impressive for a lock tight security system ...
Catenae Innovation PLC (AIM: CTEA), the AIM quoted provider of digital media and technology, reports that, further to the announcement of 17 April 2020, the Company has built an operational prototype for the development of "Cov-ID", a GDPR compliant identity documentation exchange system to record an individual's Covid-19 test status through a mobile app that is intended to be marketed to businesses and organisations. The Company's existing technology has been further developed and has been repurposed and enhanced to develop the operational prototype.
The Cov-ID project is a joint initiative by a consortium of companies led by the Z/Yen Group. The platform is GDPR compliant and provides a secure documentation exchange where individuals can store a record of their Covid-19 test status. Catenae and the other consortium members (Z/Yen Group, fm2x and SI Units) are in the process of negotiating the proposed commercial terms of the Cov-ID product.
Guy Meyer, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Catenae, said: "I am particularly pleased to announce that the Cov-ID app is now market ready, well ahead of schedule. We are receiving enquiries about the app and are in discussions about local and international sales opportunities. The Company looks forward to informing the market of further developments."
Guy Meyer, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Catenae, said: "We are pleased to have entered into this pilot agreement with Afrik-ID as we see potential for the use of our technologies across the wider SADC region, a community comprising of 16 member states with a combined population of over 345 million people, especially as it is seen that Africa is a highly mobile enabled continent.
"We have every confidence in the leadership team at Afrik-ID. Having worked with them over the last few months scoping this pilot we have obtained insight into the scale of the challenges that the region faces, most latterly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, along with the associated opportunities.
"The Company looks forward to informing the market of further developments with regards the Afrik-ID commercial pilot."
David Newman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Afrik-ID said:
"Our team at Afrik-ID is delighted to be working in collaboration with Catenae to provide digital technology solutions for the challenges that hamper the safe, efficient and transparent movement of people and goods within and beyond our Southern African region."
It will also allow people to identify symptoms and order tests if needed and provide support if they go into self-isolation. Those using the app will receive an alert if they have been close to someone who has been diagnosed with coronavirus. The team behind the app is also working to deliver medical test results though that won’t be available next week.
There are concerns a second coronavirus would be twice as bad and the UK government has stepped up measures for local lockdowns, with Preston thought to be next.
Contact tracing apps are a helpful tool to prevent the spread of the virus but it needs to ensure people are actually using it to report symptoms otherwise it isn’t possible to alert others who have come into contact with them.
Now it appears there could be a limited roll-out of the new contact tracing app as soon as next week, according to the BBC. The app uses the Apple-Google API so it will be able to detect other smartphones, including a feature which could alert people when they’ve been within 2m of another person for more than 15 minutes, as well as allow people to scan QR codes to log when they visit a particular establishment.
After initial launches, delays and setbacks, a new version of England’s coronavirus contact tracing app could be up and running in the next few days.
The initial test-and-trace app was first tested in the Isle of Wight earlier this year but was beset by technical issues which meant it wasn’t ready for a nationwide launch on May 28.
Part of this was down to the fact the app worked on a centralised model, which would give the UK government information on who came into contact with whom and where. In addition, this centralised model wasn’t using the Apple-Google API, established by the two tech giants to allow their respective phone software to work in tandem with one another — without this tech, it would be harder for an iPhone and an Android phone to record that they had been in close proximity with one another which would affect the efficiency of the model.
Would imagine a very leaky ship if gov involvement.
Not really sure how it gets launched and in what order ...
But for sure if we do get a RNS for involvement then we will get blast off at long last with over 5 weeks without news !!!
I imagine the government would announce it outside of trading hours and then CTEA would RNS is the next day
wouldn't ctea have to announce it first via RNS ?
All will be found out when the gov release it and who is behind it !!!
Fingers and toes crossed CTEA has there ginger in the pie - GLA
no mention or hints regarding ctea
Interesting little snippet in the article about team working on delivering medical results as well which I dont recall on the gov website.
I've added this morning, the continual hints towards the hospitality sector from Guy are indicative of their next announcement in my opinion
Big lad you’re v negative mate. Surely you can only judge a company as little as CTEA based on their RNSs and developments or failures shared. Just because it’s quiet and based on literally no RNS you have written them off?
Do you think COVID is going away? We’ve just had a local council update saying we can’t have any spectators at my weekend cricket match. Madness. But very real.
What’s 5 weeks in a pandemic that is not ending any time soon?