Sensory's Biometric Solution Recognizes Users Wearing Face Masks and Doesn't Require Touch

June 02, 2020

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Sensory's Biometric Solution Recognizes Users Wearing Face Masks and Doesn't Require Touch

Sensory's TrulySecure face and voice biometrics platform provides convenience and benefit for the new normal; capable of recognizing users wearing face masks, and can now recognize coughs and sneezes.

Sensory announced that its TrulySecure face and voice biometric fusion platform has been adapted to help device and app developers create products for the new normal. TrulySecure is able to recognize users while wearing masks and detect coughs and sneezes.

Sensory's TrulySecure utilizes biometric fusion and multiple enrollments to avoid the limitations of typical facial recognition solutions.

Sensory has combined both face and voice into one SDK. Developers can leverage both face and voice biometrics in real-time to provide a contact free experience to the end-user.
 
TrulySecure natively supports alternate appearances by enabling multiple enrollments. Enrollments for both face and voice can be saved with mask on and mask off. This way the software can always apply the appropriate template to ensure accurate recognition in all conditions.

Sound ID is a feature within the TrulySecure suite of AI solutions. Sensory has applied their deep learning model training to include cough and sneeze detection.

For more information about Sensory and its technology, please visit www.sensory.com

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