Here’s the user guide:
I wonder if this is the same sort of thing that the Apple and Google both appear to be working on for upcoming versions of their mobile phone OSes.
Reading the manual, it appears to be quite a pain to set up, but I suppose it’s good that they take pains to get it right. I thought the requirement that you be home at the address on file with your drivers license was an interesting additional requirement. The requirement for a passport seems a bit much though… I assume added simply because they think it would be harder to spoof the ePassport chip. (Everything else seeming to be picture taking, and subject to spoofing by a clever Photoshop artist.)
The use of Bluetooth for in person verification seems a lot better of an idea that having to hand over your unlocked phone to some stranger. I’m not sure I understand the security of the online version though, because they claim to keep no information on their servers. I gather the idea is they have a proprietary protocol between you and their server, and between the server and any service verifying your identity that replaces the Bluetooth protocol.