This package handles reading an NFC enabled passport using iOS 13 CoreNFC APIS. Read and verify an eMRTD ICAO NFC chip with the Document Validation Server (DocVal Server).
The DocVal Server will directly communicate with the eMRTD (NFC Chip) of an ICAO Passport. The DocVal Server is able to read the data (like MRZ info or photo of face) and verify the authenticity and integrity of the data.
If the eMRTD supports the required protocols, the DocVal Server will additionally be able to verify that the chip was not cloned.
The result (data and check-results) will be posted (using an HTTP POST request) to a Result Server.
Important: In order to access the eMRTD, you need to give either the card access number (CAN) or the document number, the date of birth and the date of expiry. These values are required for the server to access the chip. Please refer to ICAO 9303Part 4 for detailed information about these values.
The Xcode Project
ExampleApp.xcodeproj contains a minimal fully functional demo app, that shows
the usage of the SDK.
Apple offers the XCFrameworks file format (from Xcode 11 and Swift 5.1 on) for packaging
SDK contains the
Just put the
KTAKinegramEmrtdConnector.xcframework into your target's dependencies via drag&drop:
There is also a
kta-kinegram-emrtd-connector.podspec file in the directory
If you already use CocoaPods for dependency management, you can add the framework with one statement
in your Podfile:
platform :ios, '13.0' target 'your-app' do use_frameworks! # local Pod for kta-kinegram-emrtd-connector pod 'kta-kinegram-emrtd-connector', :path => './SDK/' # ... could be also managed your own git # pod 'kta-kinegram-emrtd-connector', :git => 'https://git.yourdomain.com/emrtd-sdk-ios.git' end
Then, run the following command:
$ pod install
The usage of the
KTAKinegramEmrtdConnector framework is explained in the
KTAKinegramEmrtdConnector.doccarchive DocC archive also found in the directory
Install the documentation by double clicking the
.doccarchive to add it to Xcode.
You can access the SDK documentation from within Xcode by either hitting
Shift + Cmd + 0
Window -> Developer Documentation.
To test with or use the OVDK Instance of the DocVal Server, you need a Client ID which functions as
an API Access Key. See the
KTAKinegramEmrtdConnector.doccarchive for usage details.
<CUSTOMER_NAME> may use Client ID "YOUR CLIENT ID" with the OVDK Instance of the DocVal Server.