With a rapidly growing economy and well-developed financial systems, India is strongly committed to addressing unlawful practices. Consequently RBI released guidelines for Know your customer or KYC back in 2002. Since then KYC has been moulded and adopted by an ever-increasing population of businesses. Companies of all sizes use KYC processes as a proxy for verification/identification of their proposed agents, consultants, vendors, or distributors. Businesses are increasingly demanding that customers provide detailed due-diligence information.
Despite the government’s efforts of embracing technological advances swiftly, the KYC process today is riddled with problems. The current methodology of manually capturing and parsing information from government issued documents has been proven to be ineffective and non-scalable. This is in addition to the fact that traditionally, the process of capturing information by humans is error prone and slow.
Businesses today, spend precious resources including but not limited to time, money and manpower to ensure high standards of information retrieval. This did not seem like a reasonable investment to us.
KTC is a state-of-the-art information retrieval system helps you extract relevant information both, text and image (photogrpah) from mobile-quality photos of various types of documents including but not limited to Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Driving Licence, Voter ID Card and Passport amongst others.
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A driving licence is basically an official document issued by the Government of India, permitting individuals to operate or drive a motorised vehicle such as a car, motorbike, truck, bus, etc., on a public road, without any supervision.
Currently driving licences differ both in terms of format and the information present from state to state making it an incredibly hard problem to solve.
Our state-of-the-art text detection and recognition models are able to extract the following details (in addition to others) from photos of Driving Licences across states in India
The Permanent Account Number, popularly known as the PAN card is an important document to carry out the most basic financial transactions, such as opening a bank account or even applying for a debit/credit card. The PAN card is a 10-digit alphanumeric value allotted by the income tax department.
In addition to the background not being OCR friendly, there are multiple versions of PAN cards currently in circulation.
Our state-of-the-art text detection and recognition models are able to extract the following details (in addition to others) from photos of PAN card
A Voter ID card is one of the most important documents for ID proof, age proof and address proof. Without a Voter ID, individuals will not be allowed to cast their votes at the elections, making it essential for all Indian citizens to avail a Voter ID card.
Voter ID cards across states contain information in multiple national languages, thus making it inconvient to correctly extract the relevant details.
Our state-of-the-art text detection and recognition models are able to extract the following details (in addition to others) from photos of driving licences across states in India
UIDAI was created with the objective to issue Unique Identification numbers (UID), named as "Aadhaar", to all residents of India that is robust enough to eliminate duplicate and fake identities, and can be verified and authenticated in an easy, cost-effective way.
Aadhaar since its inception has been considered one of the most reliable ways to confirm identity and authenticity making it ideal for vendor onboarding and other similar initiatives.
Our state-of-the-art text detection and recognition models are able to extract the following details (in addition to others) from photos of Aadhaar Card across versions in India