Device security (access control) applications
Convenient and secure access
Biometric-powered solutions by Neurotechnology offer faster, more convenient, and more secure access control for authentication. The biometrics are physically attached to the body, unlike a key or a passcode, therefore, they are always accessible to the person requiring access.
- According to NIST's annual evaluations, Neurotechnology has long had some of the top fingerprint, iris, and facial recognition algorithms in the world.
- We are committed to continuously enhancing all of our algorithms to make them even quicker and more precise.
- Enrollment of biometric data with quality assessment.
References and case studies
The case studies and solution partner references are prepared using the information from our customers about their software based on our biometric technology. Each case study wording is approved by the corresponding customers:
- Electronic Medical Records access control in more than 8,500 healthcare facilities in 31 country of the world, including Portugal, Spain, the United States, the Netherlands, Italy, Malaysia and Brazil use MegaMatcher technology. Read more.
- Océ used VeriFinger in their devices' Océ TouchTo Print functionality, which allowed users to print their jobs with only one touch to an integrated fingerprint sensor.
- A PC protection suite and physical access control system, based on VeriLook face identification technology, were offered by Ex-Sight.com. Read more.
Neurotechnology offers these biometric products for device security and access control applications:
Biometric identity authentication for secure mobile and web applications
Multimodal biometric on card comparison.
Fingerprint identification for embedded platforms.
Fingerprint identification for stand-alone or client-server systems.
Face identification for stand-alone or client-server systems. Includes gender, age and emotion evaluation.
Iris identification for stand-alone or client-server systems.
Speaker recognition with voiceprints for stand-alone or client-server systems.