FaceTec honored for its ZoOm 3D Face Login solution
The CIO Review has named FaceTec as one of its ten most promising technology solutions providers in physical security for 2018, highlighting FaceTec’s AI-driven ZoOm 3D Face Login solution for its unique physical access security benefits.
ZoOm showcased its mobile physical access management capabilities at CES 2018 in a self driving-car experience with IAV Automotive Engineering. ZoOm controlled vehicle access for authorized drivers, while automatically personalizing environment settings, allowing in-car purchases and giving access to advanced vehicle diagnostics.
Drivers enrolled into IAV’s app with ZoOm, capturing and encrypting the authorized user’s face image, verifying its three-dimensionality, and verifying over 20 liveness traits which were then used to create a user’s biometric “facemap”. The entire enrollment process was completed in about 20 seconds. When the authorized driver accessed the vehicle, they used ZoOm to authenticate themselves on their smartphone, a process that takes 1-2 seconds. Once successfully matched, the car automatically unlocked and granted access.
Earlier this month it was announced that Brazilian car sharing service Turbi deployed its ZoOm-enabled app in only three weeks. The Turbi app authenticates Turbi customers using only their face to unlock one of its fleet cars. Turbi’s app is a milestone in biometrics: there are no passwords, no PINs, and no second or multiple-factor authentication requirements.
According to the announcement, ZoOm 3D Face Login utilizes biometric data that cannot be captured and reproduced reliably with today’s media technology. The technology is driven by AI and machine learning, resulting in a biometric solution that cannot be phished and resists willful user fraud. ZoOm can be easily integrated into any iOS or Android app, and will soon be available for webcams.