January 19, 2018 -
Kiosks with faceIDNN compare the user’s face with ID documents such as a driver’s license or passport to enable self check-in at hotels. The technology leverages deep-learning to meet usability and security needs, provides anti-spoofing, and combines collaborative and non-collaborative techniques for liveness detection, according to the announcement.
Hotels in Spain are required to create daily lists of all guests with an associated government ID, a process the Galicia, Spain-based Gradiant’s technology helps with.
Gradiant was also a first-time participant at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, where it showcased biometric solutions for digital onboarding, KYC processes, and mobile device login. The company demonstrated its faceIDNN, as well as its selfie&sign product, which combines facial recognition with handwritten signature verification.
It also demonstrated the integration of its Dynamic Signature Verification (DSV) biometric technology, which allows secure document access and signing, into Samsung Galaxy Note devices. Gradiant’s DSV technology verifies the user’s signature to provide three complimentary security layers, along with the physical biometric of the user and the electronic signature powered by Samsung Pass.