Many Filipinos still do not have basic identification, with the implementation plans for a national ID still underway. More local government units are therefore putting it upon themselves to issue their own ID, seeing the need to provide one for their residents especially because of the quarantine.
To fulfill this demand, AllCard has launched ARIS – a platform created for cities and municipalities to manage their own resident communities. It allows them to understand the profile of their residents, and eventually be able to communicate and engage with them. The solution has minimal components and is easy to set up, covering the basic functions of a resident identification solution such as data capture and ID card printing integration.
Using facial recognition technology, ARIS also has the ability to instantly identify if a person belongs to a specific community. LGUs have a choice to issue a physical or digital ID, and they can use the platform for various applications like security checkpoints or benefit disbursement.
With this new solution, AllCard endeavors to empower government with modern technologies to aid in its digital transformation initiatives.