This document defines physical characteristics and test methods for cards with devices, including but not limited to, power supplying devices, displays, sensors, microphones, loudspeakers, buttons or keypads. This document also covers aspects of coexistence of technologies of devices on the card and other machine-readable card technologies. Additional requirements related to biometric capture devices are defined in ISO/IEC 17839-2. Such requirements can be applied in addition to the ones defined in this document. ISO/IEC 17839-2 defines a type S2 card; the physical dimensions of the type S2 card are specified in Annex A.

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This document specifies data interchange formats for signature/sign behavioural data captured in the form of a multi-dimensional time series using devices such as digitizing tablets or advanced pen systems. The data interchange formats are generic, in that they can be applied and used in a wide range of application areas where handwritten signs or signatures are involved. No application-specific requirements or features are addressed in this document. This document contains: —   a description of what data can be captured; —   three binary data formats for containing the data: a full format for general use, a compression format capable of holding the same amount of information as the full format but in compressed form, and a compact format for use with smart cards and other tokens that does not require compression/ decompression but conveys less information than the full format; —   an XML schema definition; and —   examples of data record contents and best practices in capture. Specifying which of the format types and which options defined in this document are to be applied in a particular application is out of scope; this needs to be defined in application-specific requirements specifications or application profiles. It is advisable that cryptographic techniques be used to protect the authenticity, integrity, and confidentiality of stored and transmitted biometric data; yet such provisions are beyond the scope of this document. This document also specifies elements of conformance testing methodology, test assertions and test procedures as applicable to this document. It establishes test assertions on the structure and internal consistency of the signature/sign time series data formats defined in this document (type A level 1 and 2 as defined in ISO/IEC 19794-1) and semantic test assertions (type A level 3 as defined in ISO/IEC 19794-1). The conformance testing methodology specified in this document does not establish: —   tests of other characteristics of biometric products or other types of testing of biometric products (e.g. acceptance, performance, robustness, security); or —   tests of conformance of systems that do not produce data records claimed to conform to the requirements of this document.

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This document addresses: —   requirements for planning, executing and reporting the influence of user interaction on biometric system performance based on scenario test methodologies, considering three kinds of factors: a) factors related to the design, position or condition of the capture device, b) factors depending on users and user attributes, c) factors depending on the interaction of users with the biometric system; —   specifications for the definition, establishment and measurement of conditions needed for evaluation, including those relating to equipment; —   requirements for establishing a reference evaluation condition (REC) and target evaluation condition(s) (TEC) to compare the influence of user interaction factors; —   a specification of the biometric evaluation including requirements for test population, test protocols, data to record, test results; and —   procedures for carrying out the overall evaluation. This document does not: —   determine which parameters ought to be analysed for a specific biometric modality. This is currently covered in ISO/IEC TR 19795-3; —   specify requirements for performing a vulnerability analysis modifying user interaction influence factors; —   include procedures for performing usability testing.

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This document establishes interface specifications for the implementation of a driving licence in association with a mobile device. This document specifies the interface between the mDL and mDL reader and the interface between the mDL reader and the issuing authority infrastructure. This document also enables parties other than the issuing authority (e.g. other issuing authorities, or mDL verifiers in other countries) to: —   use a machine to obtain the mDL data; —   tie the mDL to the mDL holder; —   authenticate the origin of the mDL data; —   verify the integrity of the mDL data. The following items are out of scope for this document: —   how mDL holder consent to share data is obtained; —   requirements on storage of mDL data and mDL private keys.

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This document defines the conformance test plan, based on ISO/IECÂ 10373-6, for the contactless interface of eMRTDs and eMRTD associated readers compliant with ICAO Doc 9303. Application requirements for eMRTD and eMRTD reader are outside of the scope of this document and are defined in ICAO Doc 9303-10.

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This document summarizes how some of the main international standards and recommendations approach personal identification and its related information security, with regard to the integration of biometrics and integrated circuit cards (ICCs). It also provides examples of how biometrics and ICCs are integrated in applications.

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This technical specification provides guidance on providing access
• To areas with physical access control, e.g., entertainment facilities, train stations, shops, libraries,banks, or border control,
• For small groups of persons, e.g., families with small children or seniors, or other accompanied persons in need of support,
• By means of biometric authentication technologies, e.g., facial, fingerprint, or vein recognition,
• In the European regulatory context.
The TS addresses the following aspects which are specific for biometric and group access:
• Accessibility and usability,
• User guidance including group guidance and interaction control,
• Privacy including data set content,
• Presentation attack detection,
• Applicable biometric technologies,
• Storage of reference data,
• Biometric process integration,
• Specific needs considering biometrics for groups,
• Biometric performance and error rates, and
• Group internal linkage.
The following aspects which reflect on generic access control issues are out of scope:
• IT security,
• Application specific physical security,
• Policy definition,
• Processes not related to biometric authentication, and
• Specific performance requirements of identification (1:N) and verification (1:1) applications.

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This document specifies interindustry commands which can be used for security operations. This document also provides informative directives on how to construct security mechanisms with commands defined in ISO/IEC 7816‑4. The choice and conditions of use of cryptographic mechanism in security operations can affect card exportability. The evaluation of the suitability of algorithms and protocols is outside the scope of this document. It does not cover the internal implementation within the card and/or the outside world.

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This document establishes requirements for the annotation of humans, human faces and other body parts, and arbitrary objects appearing in imagery. It specifies the following: —   metadata to be inserted in a video stream; —   encoding of full and partial spatial and temporal ground truth information for: —   objects present in a video, and —   objects absent in a video; —   procedures for different annotation of known and unknown subjects. This document does not specify: —   encoding of video data.

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This document introduces the effects of population demographics on biometric functions. It: —   establishes terms and definitions relevant to the study of demographic factors in biometric recognition system performance; —   identifies areas where biometric systems can exhibit different performances based on different demographic factors of the individuals submitting the biometric samples; —   explains how different demographic factors can influence the biometric characteristics captured by different biometric modalities and how these influences can affect biometric performance measures; —   presents a case study on existing scientific material that explores the impact of demographic factors on biometric system performance. Only biometric modalities where quantitative information is available on the impact of demographic factors are considered. Outside of the scope of this document are: —   effects of disease and injury on biometric performance; and —   how religious and cultural norms can affect biometric operations.

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This document is intended to provide a generic extensible full body image data format for biometric recognition applications requiring exchange of human full body image data. Typical applications are: a) automated body biometric verification and identification of an unknown individual or cadaver (one-to-one as well as one-to-many comparison); b) support for human verification of identity by comparison of individuals against full body images; and c) support for human examination of full body images with sufficient resolution to allow a human examiner to verify identity or identify a living individual or a cadaver. This document ensures that full human body images and image sequence data generated by video surveillance and other similar systems are suitable for identification and verification. The structure of the data format in this document is compatible with ISO/IEC 39794-5. In addition to the data format, this document specifies application-specific profiles including scene constraints, photographic properties and digital image attributes like image spatial sampling rate, image size, etc. These application profiles are contained in a series of annexes. The 3D encoding types "3D point map" and "range image" are not supported by this document.

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This document specifies examples of application-specific requirements, recommendations and best practices in data acquisition applicable to gait image sequence data. Its typical applications include: a) support for human examination of high-resolution video and still images; b) support for human biometric verification and identification based on video and still images; c) automated gait image sequence verification and identification. This document ensures that image sequences are suitable for human identification and human verification generated by video surveillance and other similar systems. The following topics are not in scope of this document: —   Definitions for facial and/or full body image related biometric profiles, which are fully covered in ISO/IEC 39794-5 and ISO/IEC 39794-16 respectively. —   Security aspects like digital image sequence electronic signature, Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) and morphing prevention.

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This document specifies —   generic extensible data interchange formats for the representation of vascular image data: a tagged binary data format based on an extensible specification in ASN.1 and a textual data format based on an XML schema definition that are both capable of holding the same information, —   examples of data record contents, —   application specific requirements, recommendations, and best practices in data acquisition, and —   conformance test assertions and conformance test procedures applicable to this document.

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This document: —   establishes general principles for testing the performance of biometrics systems in terms of error rates and throughput rates for purposes including measurement of performance, prediction of performance, comparison of performance, and verifying conformance with specified performance requirements; —   specifies performance metrics for biometric systems; —   specifies requirements on the recording of test data and reporting of test results; and —   specifies requirements on test protocols in order to: —   reduce bias due to inappropriate data collection or analytic procedures; —   help achieve the best estimate of field performance for the expended effort; —   improve understanding of the limits of applicability of the test results. This document is applicable to empirical performance testing of biometric systems and algorithms through analysis of the comparison scores and decisions output by the system, without requiring detailed knowledge of the system’s algorithms or of the underlying distribution of biometric characteristics in the population of interest. Not within the scope of this document is the measurement of error and throughput rates for people deliberately trying to subvert the intended operation of the biometric system (e.g. by presentation attacks).

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This document specifies the requirements for a protocol derived from HCI/HCP (see ETSI TSÂ 102 622) enabling communication for devices regardless of data link and physical layers. This document covers the following: a)Â Â outline of a system comprised of one or more hosts and one controller; b)Â Â extension of connection topology between hosts and host controller (i.e. star topology and additional other topologies); c)Â Â segregation between existing system using ETSI TS102 613 and new system compliant to this document (this document refers ETSI TS 102 613, but does not change its specification and does not use RFU). For ETSI TSÂ 102 622, data link layer and physical layer like SWP specified in ETSI TSÂ 102 613 is out of the scope. Albeit questioned in this document, the duplication of OSI transport layer by e.g. enforcing encapsulation of HCP into T=1 or the reverse, is out of the scope.

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This document defines the technical requirements to be met by contactless public transport (PT) devices in order to be able to interface together using the ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts) contactless communications protocol. This document applies to PT devices: —   PT readers which are contactless fare management system terminals acting as a PCD contactless reader based on ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts); —   PT objects which are contactless fare media acting as a PICC contactless object based on ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts). This document addresses interoperability of consumer-market NFC mobile devices, compliant to NFC Forum specifications, with above mentioned PT devices, aligns with ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts) and does not seek to limit compliance for PT readers with EMV Contactless Interface Specification.

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This document lists all the test conditions to be performed on a PT reader or a PT object in order to ensure that all the requirements specified in ISO/IEC TS 24192-1 are met for the PT device under test. This document applies to PT devices only: —   PT readers which are contactless fare management system terminals acting as a PCD contactless reader based on ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts); —   PT objects which are contactless fare media acting as a PICC contactless object based on ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts). This document applies solely to the contactless communication layers described in ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts). Application-to-application exchanges executed once contactless communication has been established at RF level fall outside the scope of this document. However, a test application is used to make end-to-end transactions during tests on the RF communication layer. This document does not duplicate the contents of ISO/IEC 14443 (all parts) or ISO/IEC 10373‑6. It makes reference to the ISO/IEC 10373‑6 applicable test methods, specifies the test conditions to be used and describes the additional specific test conditions that can be run.

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This document specifies: — generic extensible data interchange formats for the representation of iris image data: a tagged binary data format based on an extensible specification in ASN.1 and a textual data format based on an XML schema definition that are both capable of holding the same information, — examples of data record contents, — application specific requirements, recommendations, and best practices in data acquisition, and — conformance test assertions and conformance test procedures applicable to this document. The iris image information is stored as: — an array of intensity values optionally compressed with ISO/IEC 15948 or ISO/IEC 15444-1, or — an array of intensity values optionally compressed with ISO/IEC 15948 or ISO/IEC 15444-1 that can be cropped around the iris, with the iris at the centre, and which can incorporate region-of-interest masking of non-iris regions. This document also specifies elements of conformance testing methodology, test assertions, and test procedures, as applicable to this document. It establishes: — test assertions pertaining to the structure of the iris image data format, as specified in Clauses 6, 7, 8 and 9 of this document, — test assertions pertaining to internal consistency by checking the types of values that may be contained within each field, and — semantic test assertions. The conformance testing methodology specified in this document does not establish: — tests of other characteristics of biometric products or other types of testing of biometric products (e.g. acceptance, performance, robustness, security), or — tests of conformance of systems that do not produce data records conforming to the requirements of this document. This document does not establish: — requirements on the optical specifications of cameras, or — requirements on photometric properties of iris images, or — requirements on enrolment processes, workflow and use of iris equipment.

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ISO/IEC 4909:2006 establishes specifications for financial transaction cards using track 3 and is intended to permit interchange based on the use of magnetic stripe encoded information. It specifies the data content and physical location of read/write information on track 3 and is to be used in conjunction with the relevant parts of ISO/IEC 7811 and ISO/IEC 7812.
ISO/IEC 4909:2006 recognizes the need for formats of track 3 which can be used independently of, or in conjunction with, track 2 as defined in ISO/IEC 7813. This approach is intended to permit the greatest degree of flexibility within the financial community in facilitating international interchange.
Using track 3 in conjunction with track 2 is a mode of operation in both on-line and off-line interchange environments. This mode of operation requires that the original encoded data on track 2 be read; the data on track 3 be read; and, if update is required, all the data on track 3 be rewritten.
Independent use of track 3 is an alternative mode of operation permitting both on-line interchange and off-line interchange based on mutual agreement between interested parties. It requires reading only of the data on track 3 and, if update is required, the rewriting of all the data on track 3.

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This document specifies an interface of a BioAPI Java framework and BioAPI Java BSP, which will mirror the corresponding components, specified in ISO/IEC 30106-1. The semantic equivalent of ISO/IEC 30106-1 is maintained in this document.

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This document specifies an interface of a BioAPI C# framework and BioAPI C# BSP which mirror the corresponding components specified in ISO/IEC 30106-1. The semantic equivalence of this document will be maintained with ISO/IEC 30106-2 (Java implementation). In spite of the differences in actual parameters passed between functions, the names and interface structure are the same.

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This document describes the test methods for characteristics of identification cards according to ISO/IEC 7810 and other standards, such as those listed in the Introduction. NOTE 1 Criteria for acceptability do not form part of this document but are found in other International Standards including those mentioned in the introduction. NOTE 2 Test methods described in this document are intended to be performed separately. A given card is not required to pass through all the tests sequentially.

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This document provides an overview of a framework on breeder documents. It introduces the document structure of FprCEN/TS 17489 (all parts) that specifies how citizens retain the control of breeder document data and how they can use them to support identity proofing and verification. Moreover, the framework provides methodologies to assess and increase the level of trust in breeder documents.
This framework specifies methods for:
-   defining physical and logical/digital representations of a secure breeder document (hardware based, paper-based, server-based),
-   securing breeder document processes,
-   linking the document to its legitimate holder.
The following types of breeder documents are in the scope of the framework:
-   birth certificates,
-   marriage and partnership certificates,
-   death certificates.
The following breeder documents management processes including first-time application, later-in-life registration of an identity, and content update (e.g. name-changing) are in the scope of this framework:
-   registration,
-   issuance,
-   renewal,
-   inspection/verification,
-   revocation.
The specification of policies is out of scope.

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This document defines: — structures and data elements for biometric information records (BIRs); — the concept of a domain of use to establish the applicability of a standard or specification that conforms with CBEFF requirements; — the concept of a CBEFF patron format, which is a published BIR format specification that complies with CBEFF requirements, specified by a CBEFF patron; — the abstract values and associated semantics of a set of CBEFF data elements to be used in the definition of CBEFF patron formats; This document describes methods to define CBEFF patron formats using CBEFF data elements to specify the structure of BIRs, including the standard biometric headers (SBHs). This document also provides the means for identification of BDB formats in a BIR, but the standardization and interoperability of BDB formats is not within the scope of this document. This document provides a security block (SB) as a means for BIRs to carry information about the encryption of a BDB in the BIR and about integrity mechanisms applied to the BIR itself. The structure and content of SBs is not within the scope of this document. Further, the specification of encryption mechanisms for BDBs and of integrity mechanisms for BIRs is not within the scope of this document. This document specifies transformations from one CBEFF patron format to a different CBEFF patron format. The following are not within the scope of this document: — the encoding of the abstract values of CBEFF data elements to be used in the specification of CBEFF patron formats; and — protection of the privacy of individuals from inappropriate dissemination and use of biometric data.

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This document specifies and publishes registered Common Biometric Exchange Formats Framework (CBEFF) patron formats defined by the CBEFF patron ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 37, and specifies their registered CBEFF patron format types (see ISO/IEC 19785-1) and resulting full ASN.1 OIDs.

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This European Standard covers the ergonomic layout and usability of keypads. The keypad may consist of numeric, command and function keys and alphanumeric characters. On the basis that keypad layout impacts performance (keying speed, and errors), this European Standard aims to:
-   enhance usability;
-   ensure ease of use through consistency;
-   increase customer confidence;
-   reduce customer error;
-   improve operating time;
-   ensure ergonomic data entry.
This European Standard specifies the arrangement, the number and location of numeric, function and command keys, including placement of alphabetic characters on numeric keys. Design requirements and recommendations are also provided.
This standard applies to all identification card systems with a numeric keypad for use by the public for stationary or non-stationary devices. This standard also covers keypads on touch sensitive devices.

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This document specifies the characteristics of the fields to be provided for power and bi-directional communication between proximity coupling devices (PCDs) and proximity cards or objects (PICCs). This document does not specify the means of generating coupling fields, nor the means of compliance with electromagnetic radiation and human exposure regulations, which can vary depending on the country.

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The ISO/IEC 10373 series defines test methods for characteristics of identification cards according to the definition given in ISO/IEC 7810. Each test method is cross‑referenced to one or more base standards, which can be ISO/IEC 7810 or one or more of the supplementary standards that define the information storage technologies employed in identification card applications. NOTE 1 Criteria for acceptability do not form part of the ISO/IEC 10373 series, but can be found in the International Standards mentioned above. This document defines test methods which are specific to proximity cards and objects, proximity coupling devices and proximity extended devices, defined in ISO/IEC 14443‑1, ISO/IEC 14443‑2, ISO/IEC 14443‑3 and ISO/IEC 14443‑4. NOTE 2 Test methods defined in this document are intended to be performed separately. A given proximity card or object, proximity coupling device or proximity extended device, is not required to pass through all the tests sequentially. ISO/IEC 10373‑1 defines test methods which are common to one or more integrated circuit card technologies and other parts in the ISO/IEC 10373 series deal with other technology‑specific tests. The conformance test plan defined in Annex O specifies the list of tests applicable for each part of the ISO/IEC 14443 series.

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The purpose of storing IDL data on machine-readable media on the IDL is to: — increase productivity (of data and IDL use), — facilitate electronic data exchange, and — assist in authenticity and integrity validation. This document thus specifies the following: — mandatory and optional machine-readable data; — the logical data structure; — encoding rules for the machine-readable technologies currently supported. To prevent unauthorised access to the data contained on a contactless IC (e.g. by eavesdropping), the privacy of the licence holder is protected via basic access protection requiring a human-readable and/or machine-readable key/password on the IDL to access the data on the PIC (via protected-channel communication). The implementation details of this function are defined in ISO/IEC 18013-3.

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This document is a profile that provides requirements for testing biometric presentation attack detection (PAD) mechanisms on mobile devices with local biometric recognition. This document lists requirements from ISO/IEC 30107‑3 specific to mobile devices. It also establishes new requirements not present in ISO/IEC 30107‑3. For each requirement, the profile defines an Approach in Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) Testing for Mobile Devices. For some requirements, numerical values or ranges are provided in the form of best practices. This profile is applicable to mobile devices that operate as closed systems with no access to internal results, including mobile devices with local biometric recognition as well as biometric modules for mobile devices. Out of the scope of this document are the following: — mobile devices solely with remote biometric recognition. The attacks considered in this document take place at the sensor during the presentation and collection of the biometric characteristics. Any other attacks are outside the scope of this document.

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This document is intended to be used in any sector of activity. It specifies: — contents of command-response pairs exchanged at the interface, — means of retrieval of data elements and data objects in the card, — structures and contents of historical bytes to describe operating characteristics of the card, — structures for applications and data in the card, as seen at the interface when processing commands, — access methods to files and data in the card, — a security architecture defining access rights to files and data in the card, — means and mechanisms for identifying and addressing applications in the card, — methods for secure messaging, — access methods to the algorithms processed by the card. It does not describe these algorithms. It does not cover the internal implementation within the card or the outside world. This document is independent from the physical interface technology. It applies to cards accessed by one or more of the following methods: contacts, close coupling and radio frequency. If the card supports simultaneous use of more than one physical interface, the relationship between what happens on different physical interfaces is out of the scope of this document.

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The ISO/IEC 24779 series of standards focuses on communication with the data capture subject. This document contains a set of pictograms, icons and symbols to help the general public understand the concepts and procedures for using electronic systems that collect and/or evaluate facial images. Operators can use this document, with the possibility of using additional symbols and information. This set of pictograms, icons and symbols is designed to be used to: — identify the type of biometric sensor; — provide supporting instructions related to facial image collection. To provide this functionality, the set of pictograms, icons and symbols includes both directional pictograms, icons and symbols and action or feedback pictograms, icons and symbols. The facial image pictograms, icons and symbols include: — facial image capture; — single person; — no hat; — no sunglasses; — neutral expression; — hair up; — view direction. Although the pictograms, icons and symbols are presented individually, the pictograms, icons and symbols are intended to be combined to fully illustrate the facial image capture interaction. For example, in a customs or immigration environment, procedures constructed from the individual pictograms, icons and symbols could be presented as: — a series of posters while passengers are in the queue; — a series of transitional frames in a biometric booth; — an animated video or series of transitional frames while passengers are in the queue; — instructional leaflets for passengers to read in the queue.

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This document specifies: — rules and guidelines for defining extensible biometric data interchange formats that are extensible without invalidating previous data structures; — the meaning of common data elements for use in extensible biometric data interchange formats; — common data structures for tagged binary data formats based on an extensible specification in ASN.1; — common data structures for textual data formats based on an XML schema definition; and — conformance testing concepts and methodologies for testing the syntactic conformance of biometric data blocks.

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This document specifies: — generic extensible data interchange formats for the representation of face image data: A tagged binary data format based on an extensible specification in ASN.1 and a textual data format based on an XML schema definition that are both capable of holding the same information; — examples of data record contents; — application specific requirements, recommendations, and best practices in data acquisition; and — conformance test assertions and conformance test procedures applicable to this document.

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This document specifies: — generic extensible data interchange formats for the representation of friction ridge image data: a tagged binary data format based on an extensible specification in ASN.1 and a textual data format based on an XML schema definition that are both capable of holding the same information; — examples of data record contents; — application specific requirements, recommendations, and best practices in data acquisition; and — conformance test assertions and conformance test procedures applicable to this document.

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This document provides guidance for performance testing of biometrics when this technology is used on mobile devices with local biometric authentication to improve authentication assurance. This document aims to: — Provide guidance for affordable and cost-efficient testing and reporting methods for performance assessment at a full system level of biometric systems embedded in mobile devices with offline evaluation of false accept rate (FAR) claims. — Define modality-specific considerations of these methods. This document is applicable to: — verification use cases related to secure transactions. This document is not applicable to: — privacy aspects; — secure authentication from mobile device to server; — testing and reporting for presentation attack detection (PAD) mechanisms in mobile devices; — performance testing of biometric sub-systems such as acquisition sub-system or comparison sub-system; — continuous authentication.

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This document describes the characteristics for identification cards and the use of such cards for international interchange. This document specifies the physical characteristics of identification cards including card materials, construction, characteristics and dimensions for four sizes of cards. ISO/IEC 10373‑1 and ISO/IEC 24789‑2 specify the test procedures used to check cards against the parameters specified in this document. This document specifies the requirements for cards and card interface devices used for identification. It takes into consideration both human and machine aspects and states minimum requirements. It is the purpose of this document to provide criteria for the performance of cards. No consideration is given within this document to the amount of use, if any, experienced by the card prior to test. NOTE 1 Numeric values in the SI and/or Imperial measurement system in this document have been rounded off and therefore are consistent with, but not exactly equal to, each other. Either system can be used, but intermixing or reconverting the two can result in errors. The original design was made using the Imperial measurement system. NOTE 2 Thin flexible cards are not within the scope of this document (see the ISO/IEC 15457 series).

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This document describes the test methods used for conformity testing, that is methods for determining whether a driving licence can be considered to comply with the requirements of the ISO/IEC 18013 series for: — machine readable technologies (ISO/IEC 18013-2), and — access control, authentication and integrity validation (ISO/IEC 18013-3). The test methods described in this document are based on specifications defined in ISO/IEC 18013-2 and ISO/IEC 18013-3 and underlying normative specifications. This document deals with test methods specific to IDL requirements. Test methods applicable to (smart) cards in general (e.g. those specified in the ISO/IEC 10373 series) are outside the scope of this document. Hence the purpose of this document is to: — provide IDL implementers with requirements for conformity evaluation, — provide IDL issuing authorities with requirements for quality assurance, and — provide test laboratories and test tool providers with test suite requirements.

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This document constitutes the 3rd edition of CEN/TS 16794 1. It sets out the technical requirements to be met by contactless Public Transport (PT) devices in order to be able to interface together using the ISO/IEC 14443 series contactless communications protocol.
This document applies to PT devices:
-   PT readers which are contactless fare management system terminals acting as a PCD contactless reader based on the ISO/IEC 14443 series;
-   PT objects which are contactless fare media acting as a PICC contactless object based on the ISO/IEC 14443 series.
This edition addresses interoperability of consumer-market NFC mobile devices, compliant to NFC Forum specifications, with above mentioned PT devices, aligns with the 4th edition of the ISO/IEC 14443 series and maintains the possibility for PT readers to comply with the requirements from EMV Contactless Interface Specification [1] and the present document.
An interface–oriented test approach is used to evaluate the conformity of PT devices and is defined in CEN/TS 16794 2.
Application-to-application exchanges executed once contactless communication has been established at RF level fall outside the scope of this document. In line with the rules on independence between OSI protocol layers, this document works on the assumption that application-to-application exchanges are not contingent on the type of contactless communication established or the parameters used for the low-level protocol layers that serve as the platform for these application-to-application exchanges.

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This document comes as a complement to the technical requirements expressed in CEN/TS 16794-1, for ensuring contactless communication interoperability between Public Transport (PT) devices or between PT devices compliant to CEN/TS 16794-1 and NFC mobiles devices compliant to NFC Forum specifications.
This document lists all the test conditions to be performed on a PT reader or a PT object in order to ensure that all the requirements specified in CEN/TS 16794-1 are met for the PT device under test.
This document applies to PT devices only:
-   PT readers which are contactless fare management system terminals acting as a PCD contactless reader based on the ISO/IEC 14443 series;
-   PT objects which are contactless fare media acting as a PICC contactless object based on the ISO/IEC 14443 series.
This document applies solely to the contactless communication layers described in Parts 1 to 4 of the ISO/IEC 14443 series. Application-to-application exchanges executed once contactless communication has been established at RF level fall outside the scope of this document. However, a test application will be used so as to make end-to-end transactions during tests on the RF communication layer.
This document does not duplicate the contents of the ISO/IEC 14443 series or ISO/IEC DIS 10373-6 standard. It makes reference to the ISO/IEC DIS 10373-6 applicable test methods, specifies the test conditions to be used and describes the additional specific test conditions that may be run.
The list of test conditions applicable to the PT device under test will be conditioned by the Information Conformance Statement (ICS) declaration made by the device manufacturer. For each test case, the test conditions are clearly specified in order to determine the pertinence to run or not the test case in accordance with the device capabilities or in accordance with the device manufacturer’s choice.
In order to facilitate the test report issuance, a test report template is included in Annex A of this document.
Although this document aims at becoming the primary basis for certification of contactless communication protocol applicable to PT readers and PT objects, it does not describe any certification or qualification processes as such processes should be defined between local or global transit industry stakeholders.

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This document constitutes the 3rd edition of CEN/TS 16794-1. It sets out the technical requirements to be met by contactless Public Transport (PT) devices in order to be able to interface together using the ISO/IEC 14443 series contactless communications protocol.
This document applies to PT devices:
-   PT readers which are contactless fare management system terminals acting as a PCD contactless reader based on the ISO/IEC 14443 series;
-   PT objects which are contactless fare media acting as a PICC contactless object based on the ISO/IEC 14443 series.
This edition addresses interoperability of consumer-market NFC mobile devices, compliant to NFC Forum specifications, with above mentioned PT devices, aligns with the 4th edition of the ISO/IEC 14443 series and maintains the possibility for PT readers to comply with the requirements from EMV Contactless Interface Specification [1] and the present document.
An interface–oriented test approach is used to evaluate the conformity of PT devices and is defined in CEN/TS 16794-2.
Application-to-application exchanges executed once contactless communication has been established at RF level fall outside the scope of this document. In line with the rules on independence between OSI protocol layers, this document works on the assumption that application-to-application exchanges are not contingent on the type of contactless communication established or the parameters used for the low-level protocol layers that serve as the platform for these application-to-application exchanges.

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