Daltrey, Innovatrics working on biometric-as-a-service with passive liveness detection
ID access management company Daltrey and Innovatrics have joined forces to develop a biometric-as-a-service solution with passive liveness detection for frictionless authentication, the company announced.
Daltrey’s unified biometric credential has been upgraded with AI-based antispoofing to fend off presentation attacks through photos or video spoofing, deepfakes, models or 3D masks.
“Innovatrics are leaders in biometrics, with an award-winning algorithm that provides first-class speed and accuracy,” said Blair Crawford, Daltrey co-founder and managing director, in a prepared statement. “This high level of accuracy ensures performance even during COVID-19, with health professionals continuing to experience seamless authentication even when wearing face masks.”
In April, Innovatrics added passive liveness check to its biometric digital onboarding offering. The latest biometric facial recognition benchmarks show Innovatrics’ technology among the fastest for identifying people from large data sets.
“Daltrey will be the first solution to embed Innovatrics’ new passive liveness technology into any digital access scenario,” said Daniel Ferak, head of product management at Innovatrics, in a statement. “Passive liveness check is the ideal solution for non-intrusive, reliable and seamless user experience when verifying identity.”
The biometric identity access system can be used to establish identity through a verified biometric credential, for risk-customized authentication through biometrics such as face, iris and fingerprints, facial recognition authentication for physical and digital applications, including doors, safety gates and remote BYOD, passive liveness detection in mobile devices, and as a middleware platform that offers biometrics-as-a-service.
Daltrey recently launched an enterprise solution for combined physical and logical access with biometrics.
“There’s a growing need for more secure, seamless and convenient authentication spanning both physical and digital access scenarios,” Crawford added. “This partnership allows for an innovative identity-defined approach to organizational security, helping government and corporate enterprises create more secure, productive workplaces.”