KeyLemon releases client-server architecture to develop biometrics on mobile apps

January 29, 2015 - 

KeyLemon announced it is now offering new client-server architecture that facilitates rapid development and deployment of face recognition on mobile devices.

Using KeyLemon’s OASIS implementation, developers can quickly build out a scalable, mobile centric, highly secure biometric authentication platform.

The architecture supports both Android and iOS client operating systems, while its backend for Linux and Windows can be deployed on the customer’s on-premise servers.

This method of providing biometrics on mobile devices offers the best of client-server architectures by dividing up the tasks of biometric identification between the two systems.

The client library can be integrated into native mobile applications and provides a graphical user interface, enables access to the camera, performs image acquisition and processing, offers liveness detection, and communicates to the server via a secure, encrypted channel.

The server is then able to quickly biometric authenticate the user and transmits the results back to the mobile application, with the entire process taking less than a few seconds.

“The world is going mobile as smartphones and tablets continue to be used more and more for access to sensitive corporate data,” said Anthony Gioeli, VP of sales and marketing for KeyLemon. “Our OASIS architecture enables developers to quickly integrate biometrics to allow secure access to their applications regardless of the device being used.”

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