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|Industry||Security, Identity management, Criminal justice, Border control, Banking, Telecoms, Explosives and Narcotics detection systems, Access control, Public safety, Smart card|
|Yann Delabrière (CEO)|
|Products||Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems, Facial recognition system, Iris recognition, Finger vein recognition, Biometric terminals, e-gates, ID cards, ePassports, SIM cards, Biometric Card Readers Speed cameras, Explosives and Narcotics detection systems|
|Revenue||$3 billion (2018)|
Number of employees
|14,000 (average, 2018)|
IDEMIA, formerly Morpho S.A.S. is a French multinational company, specializing in security and identity solutions. Part of Safran group until 2017, Morpho merged with Oberthur Technologies and became OT-Morpho on 31 May 2017, then renamed as IDEMIA on September 28th.
Created in 2007, Sagem Sécurité was renamed Morpho in 2010. The name was derived from Morpho Systems S.A., a 1980s fingerprint identification firm  that is part of the current Morpho. By 2007, the security business was run by Sagem Défense Sécurité.
Orga Cards Systems
In 2005, Sagem Défense Sécurité acquired ORGA Kartensysteme GmbH. Renamed Sagem Orga, it is today the Business solutions division of Morpho.
GE Homeland Protection
On July 26, 2011 Safran completed the acquisition of L-1 Identity Solutions. Today, it is mainly part of MorphoTrust USA Inc. The company itself dates back over 50 years, from the time the first photo was added to a U.S. driver's license.
On September 2016, Safran announced that it had entered into exclusive negotiations with Advent International, the owner of Oberthur Technologies since 2011, to sell its identity and security activities and the transaction was finalized on 31 May 2017. Oberthur Technologies (OT) and Safran Identity & Security (Morpho) were joining forces to create OT-Morpho, then renamed as IDEMIA on September 28th.
Since April 2017 Morpho Detection merged with Smiths groups
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