Safe travel involves multiple stakeholders across countries utilizing a range of technologies, and here are the key challenges.
Unverified authenticity of health credentials
No standardized way of receiving and validating credentials, especially at scale to cope with travel when it returns to "normal" levels
Differing technology and standard adoption
Wide range of data formats based on different underlying technologies and standards
Differing entry requirements
Each country has their own requirement for entry which changes from time to time
Safe Travel Ecosystem Solutions
Help travellers to find a lab and book an appointment.
Travellers present QR
code for airline check-in and to immigration.
Seamless verification of test authenticity and matching with destination entry requirement.
Digital Certificate Enablers
Implement verfiable QRs to allow healthcare institutions to join the safe travel ecosystem.
An interoperable solution to simply and securely verify digital health certificates
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is “Verifiable QR” and what does it look like?
“Verifiable QR” are QR codes that provide a way for airlines and immigration to verify that your covid-19 test results - and eventually covid vaccinations - are authentic. This Verifiable QR code can be displayed on your physical test/ vaccine results, in PDF format and sent to your email address or stored in your preferred digital wallet.
Q. What is “Uni-fier” and how does it differ from other forms of digital verification?
Our solution “Uni-fier” has the ability to read and authenticate various Verifiable QR codes, based on a range of technology standards and innovations from different providers (both private and public). As such, when travellers present their personal QR code, their results can be verified almost instantly with our Uni-fier.
Q. What information can be read from the Verifiable QR?
This will depend on your healthcare provider. In general, governments require specific passenger information, including “Full Name, Passport No. and Nationality” as well as “Test Result / Vaccine Status, Name of Lab, Test Date and Test Type”. Additionally, the Verifiable QR code needs to also contain a way for information to be verified, e.g. digital signature.
Q. Where is the “Uni-fier” deployed?
Our solution “Uni-fier” is deployable at airline check-in counters and immigration checkpoints.