ISO/IEC 18013-Information technology — Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving license
ISO/IEC 18013 is a set of international standards that specify how personal identification information (such as name, date of birth, photograph, and other personal data) should be stored and managed. In this article, we’ll show you how to create a ISO-compliant driving license using the free ISO Scanner application from the ISO Division
ISO/IEC 18013-1:2018 Information technology — Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 1: Physical characteristics and basic data set
What is ISO/IEC 18013-1?
ISO/IEC 18013-1:2018 is a standard that specifies the physical characteristics and basic data set of an ISO-compliant driving license. It is also known as ISO 17810.
What are the benefits of using ISO/IEC 18013-1?
ISO/IEC 18013-1 provides drivers with a secure way to identify themselves. This helps to ensure that they are treated fairly by law enforcement and other personnel. It also makes it easier for drivers to comply with traffic regulations.
How can I get my hands on a copy of ISO/IEC 18013-1?
You can purchase a copy of ISO/IEC 18013-1 from various vendors. You can also find it online, or you can access it through your company’s information technology department.
ISO/IEC 18013-2:2020 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 2: Machine-readable technologies
ISO/IEC 18013-2:2020 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 2: Machine-readable technologies defines the requirements for the use of machine-readable technologies in personal identification cards (PICs). It provides guidance on how to achieve interoperability between different card issuing and management systems, as well as how to ensure the security, privacy and authenticity of PIC data.
In order to comply with ISO/IEC 18013-2:2020, all PICs must be encoded using a machine-readable technology. This technology can be used to identify a person, verify their identity and grant them access to specific privileges or services.
There are a number of different types of machine-readable technologies that can be used to encode PICs. These include barcodes, magnetic stripes, and RFID tags.
Barcodes are the most common type of machine-readable technology used in PICs. They are small squares that can be read by scanners. They are usually printed on the front or back of cards, or on the inside of an envelope that contains a PIC.
Magnetic stripes are another type of machine-readable technology used in PICs
ISO/IEC 18013-3:2017 Information technology — Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 3: Access control, authentication and integrity validation
ISO/IEC 18013-3:2017 is the latest edition of the ISO/IEC 18013 standard on personal identification. It covers access control, authentication and integrity validation for driving licenses and other personal identification cards.
This standard defines requirements for a driving license that is compliant with the ISO 27001 certification process. It provides guidance on how to design, implement and operate an identity management system that can support the issuance of driving licenses and other personal identification cards that are compliant with ISO 27001 requirements.
If you are implementing or operating a system that supports the issuance of personal identification cards, you should be familiar with ISO/IEC 18013-3. For more information, visit our website or contact us for a free consultation.
ISO/IEC 18013-4:2019 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 4: Test methods
ISO/IEC 18013-4:2019 provides test methods for the verification of ISO-compliant driving licences. These test methods can be used to assess the conformity of driving licences with the relevant ISO standard.
Testing driving licences is an important part of ensuring that they are valid and compliant with the relevant ISO standards. The test methods provided in ISO/IEC 18013-4:2019 can be used to verify the conformity of driving licences with the ISO Standard for Personal Identification Numbers (ISO/IEC 7501).
The test methods in ISO/IEC 18013-4:2019 can be used to verify the accuracy, completeness, and consistency of personal identification data contained in driving licences. They can also be used to assess the quality of photograph and signature images contained in driving licences.
If you are responsible for verifying the compliance of driving licences with the relevant ISO standard, you will need to use one or more of the test methods provided in ISO/IEC 18013-4:2019.
ISO/IEC 18013-5:2021 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 5: Mobile driving licence (mDL) application
Are you looking for an ISO-compliant driving licence? ISO/IEC 18013-5:2021 provides the necessary standards for the development of mobile driving licences. This part of the ISO/IEC 18013 series provides specifications for the “mDL application”, which is the process by which a mobile device is used to create, verify, and manage a personal identification (ID) document.
mobile DL application requirements
The mobile DL application requires that your mobile device have a camera and a display. The camera is used to capture your photograph and the display is used to print out your mDL.
To use your mobile device to produce your mDL, you will need to activate it with your identity provider. Your identity provider will provide you with instructions on how to activate your mobile device and create your mDL.
Important notes about creating your mDL
When you produce your mDL using your mobile device, be sure to follow the instructions provided by your identity provider. If you do not follow these instructions, you may not be able to produce or use your mDL.
If you lose or damage your mobile device, be sure to contact your identity provider so that they can help you create
ISO/IEC AWI TS 18013-6 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving license — Part 6: mDL test methods
The ISO/IEC 17011:2015 standard provides guidance on the development of test methods for the authentication and verification of digital signatures. This standard is also known as “ISO-compliant driving license” or “mDL”.
This document provides guidance on the use of ISO-compliant mDL test methods in the authentication and verification of digital signatures. The purpose of this document is to assist organizations that need to develop or maintain mDL test methods, as well as to help users of those test methods to comply with the requirements of the ISO/IEC 17011:2015 standard.
This document contains three parts: part 1 provides definitions and general information about mDL, part 2 describes how to generate mDL test cases, and part 3 provides guidance on how to use mDL test cases to verify digital signatures.
ISO/IEC AWI TS 18013-7 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving license — Part 7: Mobile driving license (mDL) add-on functions
ISO/IEC TS 18013-7 part 7 defines the mobile driving license (mDL) add-on functions. This part covers the following topics:
The mDL specification;
- Authentication and authorisation for mobile driving licenses;
- Issuing a mobile driving license;
- Management of mobile driving licenses;
- User authentication and authorization in the mDL context;
- The security of mobile driving licenses.
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