Double Take

May 2017

Here are the most recent jurisdiction survey results related to facial recognition. All of these surveys have additional questions that provide more information. Please visit AAMVA’s website for details.

SURVEY TOPIC: Facial Recognition and Discovery of Fraudulent Applications 

62 respondents

Do you have a facial recognition program?

Yes: 47

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No: 13

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Being researched/in development: 2

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Did you do a complete scrub of your data when you implemented facial recognition? 

Yes: 29

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No: 18

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N/A: 13

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Planning to upon implementation: 2

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SURVEY TOPIC: Facial Recognition Practices and Business Models 

20 respondents

For what do you use facial recognition to verify a client’s identity at the counter on a one-to-one (1:1) basis at your service outlets?

We do not use facial recognition at the counter on a 1:1 basis: 8

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We use it for all client services: 1

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Creation of client records (including photo/signature capture): 6

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Changes to client records: 4

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Knowledge/road tests (including photo/signature capture): 3

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License replacement (including photo/signature capture): 7

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License renewal (including photo/signature capture): 8

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Vehicle acquisition between individuals: 1

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Other: 2

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For verifying the identity of a client at the counter, does your system include authentication using a second identification method in addition to facial recognition? 

Yes: 4

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No: 7

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Don't use facial recognition: 8

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No response: 1

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