SmartMetric Inc. (SMME) is a fingerprint biometrics based security company focused on advanced fraud protection measures for credit and debit cards users worldwide. Hardware and software engineering is done internally thus providing SMME with the capability of delivering enterprise-class products in a timely basis. The SMME silicon manufacturing processes employ the latest techniques in miniature-sized memory and processor components production, allowing the company to provide a fully functional sub-micro computer on a micro thin circuit board embedded inside a credit card and identity card for instant fingerprint recognition. SMME strives to build an ever-growing base of clients and partners around the world.
Global fraud losses worldwide reached $27.85 billion in 2018 and are projected to rise to $35.67 billion in five years and $40.63 billion in 10 years according to The Nilson Report, the leading global card and mobile payments trade publication. Losses of $27.85 billion in 2018 were up from $23.97 billion the year before. Credit, Debit and Pre-Paid cards generated $40.582 in transactions in 2018. An increase of 17.7% over 2017.
By 2023 total credit, debit and other payment card transaction volume is projected to reach $57.080 trillion. Gross card fraud is projected to reach $35.67 billion. It is further projected that by 2027 total card transactions will total $71.593 trillion.
SMME is positioned to address this huge and growing financial threat as a USA based company with sales and marketing partnerships in Latin America, Europe and the United States. Engineering of the biometric card electronics is done in-house and is the owned intellectual property of the company.
Status of the SMME Technology Platform and Forward Projections
SMME is currently working with a global payments network (the largest in the world, actually). This network has moved to allowing small trials and is now adopting formal rules and regulations for biometric cards. They have just stepped up from allowing small trials with banks to fully fledged adoption. This adoption of biometric cards came into effect during March of 2021. Release and sale of biometric cards to banks cannot currently be done on a waiver basis. That was for the “testing” period.
The significant development at this point is that the global card network has now formally adopted biometric cards as an official product line that can operate on their network and that their member banks can now issue these cards. This is a milestone point towards the ultimate objective of full scale global usage which can mean millions or tens of millions of users.
In order to have the SMME card approved to operate on the global payments network SMME engineers have to meet the network’s newly adopted rules and regulations for biometric cards. One of those new rules is that the card must be able to differentiate between a live finger and a false finger. This requirement was just made clear to the company by the network in March. The network also made it clear that this capability was one of the major features that will be subject to their biometric card testing process. SMME was granted a license by the network to submit its card to their designated testing lab for biometric cards.
As per the company announcement on May 7th (details below) SMME is expecting to have its new card with this key feature completed over the next three months. At which time SMME will then submit its card to the network’s lab for thorough and robust testing. There is no assurance how long this testing will take but SMME management is assuming within a three month period from time of submission.
This was a massive engineering task the SMME development team has had to do to meet the fake fingerprint rejection requirement. However, they have been able to invent and engineer a workable solution. SMME management believes that no other company has anything comparable to the incredible solution they have invented.
No banks on this global card networks system can use a biometric card that hasn’t been through the new testing regime and been approved for operation on the network.
SMME is an official Technology Partner with this card network. As a part of the agreement with them SMME is not currently allowed to mention their name. However, after going through the card testing process SMME believes it will eventually be able to then announce to the world the name of the global payments network involved and more details of their full relationship.
Anti-Spoofing Technology for On the Card Fingerprint Sensor Using Real Time Liveness Detection for SMME Biometric Credit and Debit Cards
On May 7thSMME announced it has invented a hardware and software solution that detects whether or not the finger being used to activate the card is from an actual person or not. This “liveness detection” technology developed by SMME is designed to defeat attempted fingerprint spoofing using such things as a copy of person’s fingerprint replicated using a silicon fingerprint replica.
SMME has spent the last 12 months perfecting its fingerprint anti-spoofing technology and is now readying its product for vigorous payment network testing and certification. The hardware and software solution has required a major engineering effort that has caused a complete redesign of the SMME biometric cards’ internal electronics as needed to meet the stringent security requirements of today’s global credit card industry. Testing of the new card will commence shortly with a three month estimated time frame to complete payment network testing.
The SMME electronic credit card has an ARM Cortex processor, up to a Gigabyte and beyond memory, contact and contactless standard credit card interface for all credit card readers and ATMs, a stable rechargeable battery, a rapid recharge power management system that recharges the card’s internal battery when used at a standard card reader, all while still meeting ISO standard size and thickness for credit cards. In addition the SMME card has now incorporated live fingerprint detection, thwarting scammers who want to try and use a replica of a person’s fingerprint.
Along with anti-spoofing technology developed by SMME, the card has its own internal cryptographic vault that uses state-of-the-art cryptography to protect data stored inside the card. From medical records, transaction history to Government sanctioned cryptocurrencies, the SMME electronic credit card opens up a brave new world of hybrid functionality for the credit card, while all the time protected by the card user’s own fingerprint biometrics.
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