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SensibleVision’s new SVP to focus on 3D AI-based authentication market in Asia

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SensibleVision announced that Hoon Chung, a global operating executive with extensive experience in technology, AI and software development, will join its leadership team as SVP Asia Pacific. He will be tasked with expanding the company’s reach in the smart devices market in Asia and finding opportunities for broader deployment of SensibleVision’s True 3D face authentication solution including IoT and access control.

Chung previously served as VP, Global Business Development at Neurala, a deep learning neural network software company. He has also held senior leadership roles at IntelliVision and Retailigence.

“I first met George Brostoff, CEO and co-founder of SensibleVision, at an executive conference in 2017,” said Chung. “I was immediately impressed with his technology and its potential to transform the evolution of the smartphone. Not only that, but George and SensibleVision are passionate about the solution actually working in real life environments and delivering value to enterprises, thus helping them to enhance their competitive differentiation.”

“We are excited to have Hoon’s insight into the pain points Asian smart device makers are experiencing and working with them to leverage AI-driven authentication solutions at the device level,” added Brostoff.

Earlier this month SensibleVision announced its partnership with NoveTechnologies to offer a 3D facial recognition solution called Protocol for access control at large agricultural facilities.

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