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SpeechPro has announced that it will provide biometric capability for ImageWare Systems’ GloudID, GoMobile Interactive and pillphone products.
Starting this month, SpeechPro’s products have been embedded in IWS products.
“IWS selected SpeechPro’s VoiceKey because of the high quality of the algorithms and R&D superiority to ensure our products have the best technology in the market with the latest innovations,” IWS VP of Business Development, Chuck AuBuchon said.
Cyber-attacks and identity theft seem a realer threat than ever before, but the tools we need to protect ourselves we have carried since birth.
"One nine, zero, seven, five," Alexy Khitrov said to his phone. Alexy recited that random list of numbers aloud, while his phone scanned his face, and - without pressing a single button - he logged into his online banking account.
"There are over 70 parts of the human body that create the human voice," Alexy said. And - for all those impersonators out there - we can control only 15 of those parts.
A year after voice biometrics solution provider SpeechPro debuted Voice Key OnePass, the company has released a hands-free version of the solution.
"We are taking this to the next level," says Alexey Khitrov, president of SpeechPro USA, a division of Russia's Speech Technology Center. "We've added a number of features to the app that makes the process completely touchless. In the previous version you had to touch the phone to start the biometrics process."
March 10, 2014 - SpeechPro has announced the upcoming release of its newly-updated multi-biometric verification platform, VoiceKey.OnePass.
According to the company, the new version of OnePass includes the ability for touchless identification, as well as static-prompted voice passphrase. This means, that when a user starts the verification process, the smartphone’s camera searches for a human face in the video stream and automatically launches the voice recording as soon as a face is detected.
Voice biometrics is a rapidly-growing biometric modality. Thanks, in large part, to the proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices with microphones, but also to changing attitudes towards security and authentication. Alexey Khitrov, the president of SpeechPro, the American subsidiary of the Speech Technology Center, tells me that this industry has long been “the market of tomorrow,” but it’s now becoming the market of today.
October, 31 a listener called a local Toronto radio show, introducing himself as Ian, and defended the governor of Toronto Rob Ford in his speech.
Some have decided that the caller was Rob Ford himself but was he really? The Canadian news agency Global News asked for clarification from the audio forensic experts. Marisa T. Déry, a forensic engineer at the Tamar Mastering, Boston uses STC Forensic Audio Workstation in her investigation.
SpeechPro has published the article in the February issue of the Biometric Technology Today magazine, one of the most authoritative sources of news, analysis and surveys in the international biometrics market, established by Elsevier Ltd.