QiSQi Identification Technologies developed the MABIS (mobile automated biometric identification system) platform and app that can register and identify fingerprints, faces, and iris within less than a second. The app operates on a standard Android mobile phone, enabling users to seamlessly and quickly deploy its capabilities without investing in any additional hardware. Equipped with mobile and touchless biometrics software from Diamond Fortress, the app obtains high-quality fingerprints via the mobile camera. The face recognition has 2D/3D enhancement features, which enables
GenKey has issued a new release of its mobile biometric enrollment software. According to a company statement, many of the improvements in the new release address the challenges of mobile registration in rural locations, including privacy-by-design software designed to store sensitive biometric information securely in the event of limited connectivity. The company has also improved the user experience, making the recruitment and training process easier in rural locations. The software runs on all mobile platforms and is compatible with all
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,
Online proctoring and identity verification firm Examity has released a mobile authentication platform for online learning organizations, which streamlines the authentication process for students and faculty. examiGO delivers mobile ID verification technology to make online learning more efficient, convenient, and secure for higher education institutions and other organizations. Leveraging advanced mobile verification methods that are increasingly being used by banks and government agencies, examiGO provides a set of tools to facilitate student ID authentication, including fingerprint scan, voice match, and
The Bureau of Diplomatic Security, the security and law enforcement arm of the U.S. Department of State, is seeking information on the current and near-term availability, capabilities and price point of a mobile data collection device capable of capturing biometric and biographic information from unknown persons and to confirm identification of known persons of interest while in the field. According to the request for information, devices should weigh three pounds or less, be tough, rugged, and durable enough to function
Biometrics Research Group, Inc., publisher of BiometricUpdate.com, yesterday released an updated Special Report that provides an overview and synopsis on mobile biometric applications. Mobile biometric applications operate on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, with “apps” utilizing embedded software and sensors to make secure use of those devices and apps more convenient. They do so by enabling the owner of a device to use their biometrics to authenticate their identity as an enhancement or alternative to passwords. The report
Samsung was awarded the GSMA Global Mobile Award for its Mobile Security Management Suite at last week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, according to a report by Wireless Week. The GSMA Association awarded Samsung with the “Best Mobile Security of Anti-Fraud Solution” in the category of innovation in the mobile market. The company’s Mobile Security Management Suite uses PKI-based biometric solution Nexsign and Enterprise Mobile Management to connect fingerprint, voice, or facial biometrics data to user information on mobile devices.
This mobile biometrics market report by Biometrics Research Group, Inc. provides an overview of the mobile biometrics market and the elements contributing to its growth towards global ubiquity. The report covers the market for biometric applications on mobile devices as an enhancement or alternative to passwords, which will continue to see enormous growth due to consumer demand for convenient security. This is particularly the case for uses like banking and commerce where security is critical. Other market segments include enterprise
ImageWare Systems‘ GoVerifyID Enterprise Suite has been recognized with the 2017 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation. Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.
Safran Identity & Security announced that Chinese authentication technology firm Uni-ID Technology has integrated its facial recognition solution in its FIDO compliant authentication application for consumer devices. Online service providers in China, which is the largest mobile payment market in the world, are seeking new technologies to increase the security and convenience of customer authentication in mobile transactions. Uni-ID has selected Safran Identity & Security’s Software Development Kit (SDK) for facial recognition to be implemented in its authentication application. “With