It is the biometric system for safe instant identification

  • It expresses individual identity through his dynamic biometric signature
  • It registers the individual himself on the system (enrolment)
  • It verifies the individual’s declaration of identity (one-to-one)
  • It certifies the individual identity (one-to-many)
  • It recognizes biometric behavioural parameters, as expressed by the individual’s neuromuscular system
  • It does not require remembering ID and/or passwords; there are no PIN or PUK codes
  • It is a safe device as, in case of loss or theft, it cannot be used and it can be fully disabled by a remote administrator
  • It is a reliable device that does not need any battery
  • It represents the “Certification Authority” for the individual who identifies himself through his signature.

It is the signature of the identified individual

  • It highlights a signature in different ways
  • It recognizes unique and personal parameters, unconsciously linked to the individual’s existence, willingness and capability
  • It guarantees incomparable safety as it is based on biometrics which cannot be transferred, stolen, re-used, or reproduced
  • It is a perfect OTP [One Time Password], as it is indissolubly linked to the individual who declares his identification. 

It is a pen that radically changes document's processing

  • It can be an inking pen, it can be a plastic pen, or both
  • It does not need any touch screen or sign pad, nor a stylus, as it does not record the signature’s handwriting
  • It enables anyone to use it straight away: anyone who is able to write is also able to use Bio-Pen
  • It allows to sign two original documents at the same time: the analog one with the ink signature and the digital one with the Simple or Advanced Electronic Signature.

It is your personal physical token

  • It authorizes with a simple, spontaneous and “old” movement
  • It allows to enter different systems in the same way, moving beyond difficulties related to safety against unauthorized accesses.

It is ethics in biometrics

  • It registers identity with the consent of the individual who it belongs to
  • The identity itself is not necessarily mediated by a third part.