In the digital age that’s virtually impossible to keep up with, how do you build trust? Trust between people. Trust to let you into my country. Trust to loan money. Trust to cast a vote.
In our search for a bigger vision, we have realized that while we might be a tech company, our products are ultimately very human. It is biometrics that brings trust. Instantly. And that’s what we want to build…
A community where nobody needs to be frisked. A system that can do away with paperwork. An organic way of confirming identity. A world of instant trust.Our Values
We have delivered a complete biometric voter registration system for the parliamentary and presidential elections in Guinea.
Our access control system, based on our SmartFace platform, has been deployed by HB Reavis to open turnstiles and check access rights in the Agora building in Budapest.
For the sensor of our Japanese partner, MoriX, we have created a special algorithm that matches fingerprints directly on a standardized card without the need for battery.
NIST affirmed our facial recognition algorithm as the best in the world in the Wild category, i.e. for unstaged photos from CCTV cameras and similar sources.
Combining our own facial recognition, liveness and OCR technologies, we have developed a solution able to reliably enroll banking clients in just a few minutes.
We have delivered a new solution for Panama’s system of biometric identification. It can also be used by third parties to securely authenticate clients, e.g. in financial services.
We have delivered a biometric border control system for Saudi Arabia, which deals with 10 million of expatriate workers and 2 million pilgrims annually.
We have helped the loan provider, Home Credit in Asia, curb ID fraud by using biometric identification system to point out detected fraudsters.
Our 99.98% true match rate, together with the related equal error rates achieved by our algorithm, are the best results ever recorded during NIST PFT II evaluations.
We have delivered the 2nd largest ABIS in the world in South-East Asia. It works on thousands of field stations and can search a database of over 150 million people in seconds.