Innovatrics releases mobile version of facial recognition platform

March 23, 2017 - 

Innovatrics has released a mobile version of its facial recognition technology, IFace 3.0 Mobile, which is designed to be seamlessly integrated into mobile applications to include facial biometrics as a second factor authentication feature.

The new mobile version is designed to meet the needs of financial institutions, commercial organizations and mobile application integrators.

IFace 3.0 Mobile features a facial library footprint of only 10 MB, making it the optimal storage size for mobile devices.

In addition, face detection, template extraction, and matching can be completed in less than 500 milliseconds on an average smartphone. As a result, IFace 3.0 Mobile delivers fast processing speed and high accuracy.

“Our aim here was to create a way for mobile application integrators, banks and other commercial organizations to integrate facial biometrics into their mobile applications as seamlessly as possible,” Innovatrics CEO Jan Lunter said. “In IFace 3.0 Mobile, organizations have a secure, agile and user-friendly solution, which can be adapted and customized to suit their specific requirements.”

The technology is aimed predominantly at mobile systems integrators and commercial organizations that require a multi-factor authentication mechanism that incorporates facial biometrics.

Innovatrics demonstrated the technology to top banking executives from around the world at last month’s FinSec summit in Dubai.

Earlier this year, Innovatrics released IFace 3.0, the latest version of the company’s facial biometric solution featuring enhanced real-time ICAO check, identification and authentication (1:1 matching), multi-face tracking, and people analytics, including age and gender profiling.

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