Native SDKs are provided for Android and iOS. The SDKs are provided as individual lego blocks for you to build your own great customer onboarding experience.

Text Recognition OCR (OCTUS)

Octus SDK uses advanced deep learning technologies for accurate and fast ID scanning and OCR. Businesses can integrate the Octus SDK into native Android Apps which comes with pre-built screens and configurations. The SDK returns the scanned images, extracted data and error codes. And as a security measure, the SDK does not store any of the personal data or ID images that are scanned.
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Face Recognition (FORUS)

Forus SDK comes with a simple screen with multiple instructions to capture a perfect KYC compliant photograph. The SDK comes with compression, blur and exposure detection as standard.

Capture Image (CAPTUS)

The Captus SDK is a set of screens to capture the front and back images of ID documents. It also allows the user to manually verify that the documents are clean and clear. This SDK is useful for IDs that cannot be processed on the mobile and needs server-side processing. Or when the Client prefers a web and client responsive design whereby all of the processing happens on the server-side through our APIs.

Aadhaar Offline (OCTUS)

Aadhaar Paperless Offline eKYC is a secure and shareable document which can be used by any Aadhaar holder for offline verification of identification. The Aadhaar Offline document can be obtained from the UIDAI website. This SDK provides a simple plugin to your mobile App which allows the user to seamlessly share their offline Aadhaar file with the service provider.
There are two ways the SDK can be configured within your App. The first one is an in-app experience whereby the pre-built screens will allow the Aadhaar holder to enter the Aadhaar Number or VID, Captcha, OTP and four-digit share code all within your App without redirecting to the UIDAI website. The Aadhaar Offline file once downloaded will be parsed in-memory and displayed in the App (data shared with the App as JSON data). The experience is seamless with optimised user experience.
The second option is to redirect the user to the UIDIAI website and allow the user to follow the instructions provided by the website. The user can enter the Aadhaar Number or VID, captcha, OTP and four-digit share code in the website. Once the data is validated by UIDAI, a ZIP file (password protected using the share code) will be downloaded into the resident’s device. The user will now have to switch back to your App and select the file from the devices download folders which will parse the data and display them in the App (data shared with the App as JSON data).
In both cases, the Aadhaar Offline file will be validated for its digital signature and the KYC data of The Aadhaar holder will be passed to the integrating App as JSON data.

Unassisted Video KYC (VIDUS)

Unassisted Video KYC refers to the End User completing all of the KYC steps without manual intervention. The Vidus SDK comes with a set of screens and configurations to record live video of customers. Each of the recording options in the SDK are called nodes which can be configured by developers. The different recording nodes are provided for great flexibility for developers to create rich Video KYC flows from a single SDK.
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