The integration of the Belgian Electronic ID card is now available for the C•CURE9000 Client Workstation. Currently tested on all versions V2.50 – V2.80.
Why an EID Reader?
Unlike Passport Scanners that use a camera to read the passport data, reading data with an EID Reader allows you to verify the ID for authenticity and provides 100% error-free data input.
Features that make a difference
Easy administration: save administration time
Reduce data input errors with employee, subcontractor and visitor information import
Check the authenticity of the eID card
Helps detect fraudulent documents
Import the photo from the eID for later visual verification
Selectable field mapping
eID – secure governmental Identification
e-IDentification is being adopted worldwide at a fast pace. Governments, organizations and citizens have realized the benefits and convenience of holding electronic cards – they are safer, smarter and more durable than their traditional counterparts. Many governments issued eIDs as a part of their eGovernment initiatives. The main objective is to improve the delivery of public services for citizens and businesses by more convenient and more open. For example, in Belgium every citizen and resident from the age of 15 is legally obligated to carry their eID with them at all times.
The C·CURE 9000 eID integration is designed to seamlessly and quickly integrate with existing or new installations. The eID integration provides individual attributes including: first name, last name, national ID, address, date of birth etc. from the inserted eID card chip. The integration tool allows users to choose what Personnel fields from C·CURE 9000 to map with, in conjunction with the details stored on the eID. The integration tool reads data direct off the microprocessor into the C·CURE 9000.
eID card compatibility
The eID cards are classed as electronic, since they have an electronic microprocessor containing identity data and secure certificates.
Belgian National ID and Residency Card
Some information is listed both on the card and on the chip, while other information is only on the chip. The eID shows the holder’s portrait, name and surname, date and place of birth, gender, nationality, ID card number, validity, signature and the National Register number (unique identification number given at birth) and place of issuance.
Depending on Data privacy rules you can select access to the following fields:
First Name, Last Name
Validity Begin Date
Validity End Date
Location of Birth
Date of Birth
Special Organization: NATO, SHAPE, Blue Card, Researcher
From the personnel editor, click the “eID data” or “eID Photo” in order to load this information in the required fields:
The complete installation package including the documents below can be found here