SensibleVision introduces 3D face authentication for high-volume people identification
Earlier this month SensibleVision introduced 3DSafe, a face authentication solution that enables fast and accurate identification of people in high-volume, challenging settings such as border checkpoints, transportation access, POS transactions and office buildings.
According to the announcement, 3DSafe’s rapid-screening approach provides improved face authentication-based security by leveraging patented AI-driven software. 3DSafe’s advanced approach is designed to: perform consistently in any lighting condition from bright sunlight to complete darkness; deliver virtually spoof-proof results not fooled by images, masks, videos; not be impacted by variables such as environmental conditions, camera location, subject size and behavior, and; work in-motion without the need for a person to carefully position their face to a camera.
“Existing facial recognition tools are slow, cumbersome, expensive, and ultimately haven’t worked well enough to deliver quality results,” explained George Brostoff, CEO and co-founder of SensibleVision. “3DSafe overcomes all of the challenges that previous solutions have not been able to. Clients can now simply set up cameras and kiosks and our patented software does the rest.”
According to the company, facial recognition technology from SensibleVision does not perform less accurately when applied to people of different skin color, unlike the systems tested in a recent study by MIT Media Lab.