SensibleVision Brings AI-Assisted FaceBright Technology to Facial Recognition market ; By George Brostoff, CEO, SensibleVision
Facial recognition is the pathway to effective security and fast authentication for more than one billion people in India. Authentication platforms that combine security with convenience are the future, not just for India – but for the whole world. By adding facial recognition to Aadhaar, India is leaping ahead of other nations technologically and positioning itself as a global leader for future developments in the space.
As this technology becomes more accepted, platforms that can provide a fast, secure experience will become an important part of daily life In India. Now that facial recognition is a mandatory security feature, companies who can employ the fastest, most accurate facial recognition technology will have a major advantage over their competitors.
Some of the most basic activities in the Indian marketplace, such as banking and mobile SIM card orders, will be the first to be affected, and this list is sure to grow. That’s why SensibleVision, a global developer of AI-based biometric identification technologies, is now bringing pioneering technology tailored to this new requirement to India.
New companies bring new opportunities
SensibleVision’s AI-assisted facial recognition uses more than 10,000 depth data points on a user’s face to accurately authenticate users, completing liveness detection and facial recognition typically within 1 second, even if the face is off enter or turned a bit to the side. Our technology eliminates the problems presented by different lighting conditions, which often cause traditional facial recognition solutions to struggle in dark rooms or bright outdoor areas.
An important step for Indian facial recognition services will be integrating a two-factor authentication system. SensibleVision’s unique Simultaneous Multi-Factor authentication system is the ideal solution. It allows organizations to choose from a range of preferred second methods – a password, a fingerprint, a special character or a 12-digit identification number – to be verified at the same time as the user’s face is being recognized within the app. This ready-made technology gives companies and governments the flexibility and speed they need to make facial recognition a success.
New technologies mean new advantages
Aadhaar facial recognition is set to energize India’s cybersecurity marketplace, making this is a great a opportunity for the IT and security communities to innovate. Every facial recognition platform will have to stand up to attack from hackers looking to take advantage of Indian citizens unfamiliar with new security protocols. That’s why it’s so important to provide intuitive, convenient security systems that maintain data integrity.
India’s IT and security ecosystems are about to undergo a major transition, as facial recognition firms step up to make the new Aadhaar mandate as efficient as possible for companies and individuals alike. For our part, SensibleVision is excited to offer a solution to enhance and speed India’s impending security revolution.
About the author: George Brostoff is CEO of SensibleVision, which makes facial-recognition software. Brostoff has seven US patents and has developed technology used by Dell and other major companies.