Olea introduces continuous heart pattern authentication solution

June 9, 2015 - 

Olea Sensor Networks, a provider of intelligent sensors and analytic software for mobile and cloud-based service solutions, unveiled its HeartSignature, authentication technology which is able to accurately and continuously identify individuals based on their unique heart pattern.

Unlike many other biometric systems currently on the market, Olea’s HeartSignature enables continuous authentication.

This enables an additional, enhanced layer of security by eliminating any interruptions and “time-outs”, along with the need for passwords.

HeartSignature identifies the individual’s unique heart pattern without interruption for as long as required in order to maintain a secure session.

The solution builds on the capabilities of Olea’s proprietary OS-3001, which is a handheld/wearable wireless, intelligent multi–sensor data acquisition platform that is based on embedded advanced algorithms and sensor analytic technologies.

HeartSignature is ideal for most high-security, consumer, government and commercial markets including banking, security systems, insurance, automotive and consumer products including personal computers and smartphones.

“Olea’s HeartSignature is unique among today’s authentication technologies in its ability to continuously authenticate a user and will revolutionize the way the world views and deploys security systems,” said Frank Morese, Olea CEO and founder. “Your heart produces a pattern, absolutely unique to you which, when read and processed by Olea’s proprietary OS-3001 platform sensors and sensor algorithms results in a pattern, much like a signature which can identify you, as an individual, and do so without interruption for as long as required in order to maintain a secure session.

“Also, it will be able to assist authorities and first responders in critical situations such as search and rescue. The Olea HeartSignature builds on the capabilities of our highly advanced intelligent IoT sensor platform and IoT intelligent partitioning architecture, which is based on our proprietary embedded advanced algorithms and sensor analytic technologies.”

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