Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a growing network of connected machines and objects that can communicate with each other and the Internet to better automate, creating efficiency and synergy. As the machine-to-machine begins to spread into consumer and residential markets, end users are beginning to require methods of interfacing with the network. Biometrics, smartphones and wearable tech are converging to allow for a more accessible IoT.
At the same time, as the IoT grows to control more and more of every day automated life, there is a growing importance for security and regulation. Many experts believe that biometrics and mobility hold the key to a safer and more secure IoT.
Read on to meet the leading providers of Internet of Things solutions.
Sensory, Inc. creates a safer and superior UX through vision and voice technologies. Sensory’s technology is widely deployed in consumer electronics applications including mobile phones, automotive, wearables, toys, IoT and various home electronics. With its TrulyHandsfree™ voice control, Sensory has set the standard for mobile handset platforms’ ultra-low power “always listening” touchless control. Sensory’s TrulySecure™ is changing the authentication landscape with highly accurate voice and facial biometric fusion. To date, Sensory’s technologies have shipped in over half a billion units of leading consumer products. Visit Sensory at www.sensory.com
Precise Biometrics is a market leading supplier of solutions for convenient and secure authentication of people’s identity. We develop and sell fingerprint software and mobile smart card readers that provide the market’s best user experience and security. Our solutions are used hundreds of millions of times every day by people all over the world.
FacePhi is a global leader in Facial Recognition technology. With a strong concentration in the financial sector, our product is rapidly becoming a service used by banks all over the world. Our technology enhances the client experience effortlessly by simply using the camera on their smartphone to take a selfie; this then becomes their method of identification and interaction with the bank’s mobile application.