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Method and system for Emergency Identification

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000238533D
Publication Date: 2014-Sep-03
Document File: 1 page(s) / 24K

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Abstract

A method for obtaining a lost identity document in an emergency to address identity requirements such as boarding an aircraft is disclosed.

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Method and system for Emergency Identification

Disclosed is a method for obtaining a lost identity document in an emergency to address identity requirements such as when boarding an aircraft.

There are many cases where its important to have a valid U. S. Federal or State issued photo ID that contains a name, date of birth, gender, expiration date and a tamper-resistant feature. This is especially important when going through security screening to board an airplane.

The Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) license may be a JPEG file assumed to be of size 40k for optimal obscuration speed and JPEG security using stenography and signature based trust. The JPEG file is the license. The JPEG file may be on a mobile device such as a phone. An a one button interface may be supported on the phone to send to the required information to a Challenger when needed.

Disclosed are additional features:

Emergency copy - The emergency temporary license is a feature that allows a


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customer to obtain a temporary license for a fee to replace an expired license. For example, a customer has shown his license to a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security person to board an airplane and the license is expired this month.

License update - The license update is to look for updates such as new security


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issues that need to be applied.

Renew license - To renew a license, the user must connect to the DMV station and


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download the application as was down before.

The additional...