FB pixel

Synqera brings facial recognition to Ulybka Radugi

 

Facial recognition technology is at the center of a new deal between retail technology startup Synqera and Russian cosmetics chain, Ulybka Radugi.

Under the terms of the new deal, Ulybka Radugi will integrate Synqera’s facial recognition technology as a pilot test, with the aim to incentivize conversions at checkout. According to the two companies, the piloted solution uses Synqera’s platform and syncs the physical profile of each customer at checkout with loyalty card data, as well as targeted ads.

“Retailers have been looking for ways to incentivize customers to return, from the moment of entering the store to the point of purchase, but few have been able to keep up with technological advances,” Filipp Shubin, Synqera COO said. “Consumers—typically female—frequently purchase cosmetics and household goods across a variety of stores and channels. Synqera is able to help self-adjust the in-store purchase process in a notoriously difficult section of retail—the female consumer shopping experience.”

Using facial recognition to target ads is a common theme in today’s responsive technology. Reported previously, the new Xbox One will feature targeted ads, using facial recognition and the platform’s built-in Kinect camera.

Facial recognition heavyweight, NEC is also developing facial recognition products, aimed at consumer engagement and conversions. 

As a biometric modality, facial recognition is becoming an extremely popular choice and public adoption is growing.

According to a recent CNN/Time/Orc poll, 79% of Americans are in favor of using facial recognition at various locations and public events, and 81% support expanded camera surveillance on streets and in public places.

In fact, according to a recently-published research report, the global facial recognition market is estimated to grow from $1.92 billion in 2013 to $6.5 billion in 2018, at an impressive CAGR of 27.7%.

Article Topics

 |   |   |   | 

Latest Biometrics News

 

How to explain the EUDI Wallet? Industry and citizens discuss Europe’s digital ID

The European Digital Identity (EUDI) Wallet is well on its way towards becoming a reality. To explain the major impact…

 

Decentralize face authentication for control, stronger protection: Youverse

The implementation method of biometric face authentication has become increasingly important in recent years due to the limitations of traditional…

 

Researchers develop display screens with biometric sensor capabilities

Traditional display screens like those built into smartphones require extra sensors for touch control, ambient light, and fingerprint sensing. These…

 

Meta, porn industry and Kansas governor weigh in on age verification

As Europe mulls how to restrict access to certain content for minors, Meta offers its own solution. Meanwhile, U.S. states…

 

As national U.S. data privacy law becomes more likely, critics emerge to point out flaws

The push for comprehensive privacy legislation in the U.S. is gaining momentum, as the proposed American Privacy Rights Act 2024…

 

AI surveillance robot uses facial recognition to decide who to blast with paintballs

Those pining for a life as an eccentric shut-in with robots guarding their house can rejoice at the emergence of…

Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Read From This Week

Featured Company

Biometrics Insight, Opinion

Digital ID In-Depth

Biometrics White Papers

Biometrics Events