Interaction with Oz Mobile SDK in Android

The Oz Mobile SDK for Android serves as the Software Developer’s Kit for the Oz Forensics system, facilitating seamless integration with customers’ mobile applications for Liveness and Face Matching functionalities.

With the Android SDK, you have the flexibility to integrate Liveness and Face Matching analyses into your mobile applications using either server-based or on-device modes, depending on your specific requirements. Alternatively, you can combine these modes to harness their advantages in the hybrid mode. The server-based mode is the more conventional approach, involving the transmission of media to a server for analysis by models. Conversely, the on-device mode allows analyses to be processed directly on the device, but may come with certain limitations. For further details, please refer to our documentation. The hybrid mode amalgamates the strengths of both modes to yield the most accurate results while optimizing time and computational resources. We provide a detailed explanation of its functionality here.

To get started with the Oz Android SDK, follow the steps outlined in our documentation:

  1. Add the Oz Android SDK into your project, as explained in this article.
  2. Obtain a trial license for the SDK from our website or request a production license via email. License requires the bundle ID of your application. Add the license to your project according to the instructions provided here.
  3. Establish a connection between the SDK and the API, as detailed in this article. This step is optional and only necessary if you need to process data on a server. If you’re using the on-device mode, no data is transferred, and no connection is required.
  4. Capture videos by creating the controller as instructed here. You’ll send them for analysis afterward.
  5. Upload and analyze the media captured in the previous step. The process of checking liveness and face biometry is outlined in this article.
  6. If you wish to customize the appearance of the Oz Android SDK, please refer to this section.

You can find the sample app source code using the Oz Liveness SDK in our repository.

For the demo app link, please refer to our Quick Start Guide or check Google Play for Oz Liveness.

The short yet detailed integration guides are here: