Remote video identification

The best prevention against digital fraud

Through our remote video identification solution, ascertain the legitimacy of signatories’ ID documents from anywhere in the world in real time. Supporting ID cards, passports, and driving licenses from 198 nations, we’ve got you covered.


They trust us


¿Cómo funciona la video identificación de Signaturit?

Identity card

Users display their identification document via webcam or upload it using their smartphone.

Proof of life test

Users record a selfie video, completing specific motions as prompted.

Data extraction

Our OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology swiftly reads and deciphers the MRZ code embedded within the document.

Identity confirmation

We compare the biometrics between the face in the ID photo and the face captured in the selfie video.

Get our digital certificate with video identification

Signaturit’s Video ID has earned its place on the CPSTIC list [Catalogue of Information and Communication Technology Security Products and Services], recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation as a trusted method for video identification in the remote issuance of qualified certificates. If procuring electronic certificates in this manner interests you, please contact our sales team.


The advantages of our video identification


Remote video identification uses highly accurate and reliable facial recognition technology to verify the user’s identity. Safeguard your business from potential fraud and identity threats.


The remote video identification process is much quicker and easier than the face-to-face process. Our process is not only swift but also elevates user registration to a new level of convenience.


No constraints. No boundaries. Undertake video identification from anywhere in the world at any time. This facilitates a seamless subscription process for online services.


Efficiency transcends user experience. Businesses save money by choosing our remote process over traditional in-person identification.

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