Secure One Identification Technology

Hive Technology’s “One Identification”  is the first technology that can provide every person on the planet with one unique identity for banking and loyalty, national identification and for local identification (home automation, vehicles, keys, medical, access control and more).

This electronic identification provides a totally secure identification to an individual or object. This replaces multiple access cards and keys as the individual will be able to be wirelessly identified.

The same individual electronic identification can be used in banking and loyalty application, as a national identification, as a medical identification and various other applications that requires identification.

Image 0110Hive One ID is totally secure and keeps privacy in tact and is therefore ideal for the Identification and monitoring of people, animals and/or things (“objects”).  The emphasis is to connect everything in one or another form to the internet or similar on-line application and/or service directly and/or indirectly.

Once the individual is identified and the identification is verified if necessary a mobile application can be triggered that will allow the individual to transact, authorise and more. This invention enables system designers to locate individual data in one location.

The individual can give access to segments of the data depending on the environment identification device present with the Individual identification.  An example of this could be where medical data becomes available when the individual identification is seen with the electronic environment identification that indicates that it is a hospital. The data in this personal data location can be totally secure with the unique variable encryption key that is part of the instruction set.

This functionality can be further enhanced by combining it with information that resides on the EEPROM.

The electronic environment identification device with the individual electronic identification is ideal to be used with multiple readers in objects and across multiple applications creating a single identification.

“The technology to wirelessly achieve this has been in existence for the last 17 years but is only used in specific applications pockets rather than in large solutions across multiple applications due to the limitations in the capabilities of the current radio frequency technology”