West Michigan Company’s Face Recognition Tech To Display At CES
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COVERT — Sensible Vision, the West Michigan supplier of face authentication software, will demonstrate its face recognition app for iOS and Android mobile devices at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 Wall of Apps.
FastAccess Anywhere securely replaces passwords with a face to quickly and conveniently log in to apps and web sites on mobile devices.
Attendees can see FastAccess Anywhere at the Wall of Apps at the entrance of the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center during CES, Jan. 10-13.
“We have been phenomenally successful with FastAccess for the PC, with over 5.5 million licenses sold,” said George Brostoff, CEO of Sensible Vision. “We developed FastAccess Anywhere to remedy the frustration of remembering and then typing passwords on a small touch screen. FastAccess Anywhere’s fast and fun-to-use face recognition gives people the freedom and confidence to get the most from their smartphone or tablet. They no longer have to avoid apps and websites that require passwords.”
FastAccess Anywhere installs on multiple mobile devices as well as desktops, allowing instant synchronization across iOS, Android and Windows. The app uses a combination of your face and a gesture for optimal speed and identity confirmation.
“Their user names, passwords and private information are always available — yet protected — with strong face authentication and encryption,” said Brostoff. “Unlike other face recognition solutions, FastAccess Anywhere’s security is not easily defeated by photos or videos.”
FastAccess Anywhere beta testing opportunities are available for qualified Android and iOS users. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
FastAccess Anywhere will be available for purchase by the end of the first quarter, March 31.