Biometric authentication

KNOWN TRAVELLER DIGITAL IDENTITY or KTDI, is a World Economic Forum initiative launched in 2015 and conceptualized by a multistakeholder Working Group* that brings together a global consortium of individuals, governments, international organisations and the travel industry to enhance security in world travel:

"A System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Mobility –– Unlocking the potential of digital identity for secure and seamless travel" 

"The Known Traveller Digital Identity concept as a catalytic prototype shows great transforming potential for use beyond the travel industry, including applications in healthcare, education, banking and other sectors ..." 

In January 2018, "the Governments of Canada and The Netherlands commited to piloting components of the KTDI concept in collaboration with private sector partners in an international cross border context." 

Download White Paper / World Economic Forum / In collaboration with Accenture (2020)

Vault 1 /ID 2020 + The Good Health Pass Collaborative/ 
Vault 2 /The Trusted Digital Identity for Everyone/
Vault 3 /Simulating Pandemics: The Lockstep Scenario (2010)/ 
Vault 4 /Pandemic Exercises + The Global Digital Health Certificate/  
* The Multi-Stakeholder Working Group
These stakeholders now serve in an advisory group capacity and include Airports Council International (ACI), Amadeus, Google, International Air Transport Association (ATA), International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol), Mexico National Migration Institute (INM), NEC Corporation, SAP Concur, UK National Crime Agency–United Nations Counter Terrorism Executive Directorate, US Department of Commerce, US Department of Homeland Security, Visa Inc., World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), and Zurich Insurance Group ...