Sometimes seeing is not necessarily believing… There are many situations were voice recognition may be required alone or in conjunction with facial recognition. SmilePass offers Speaker Recognition, as the primary application for this technology.
Speaker Recognition takes a voice sample and processes it through the SmilePass algorithm to create an alphanumeric template. This template is stored, not the voice recording. The template cannot be decrypted back to the voice recording. This keeps the user identification protected against attacks.
In many cases identification can only be made through a non-visual device such as a telephone, intercom or voice over IP (VOIP). This is where Speaker Recognition comes into its own – as long as a microphone is available then SmilePass can process the speech and deliver the recognition answer.
Voice can be used by itself or with SmilePass’s face recognition as a double authentication method, as in some circumstances enhanced biometric security is required.
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