- The 3D cameras have a built-in anti-spoofing technology to protect against false entry attempts using photographs, masks or videos, and offers a one-in-1-million false acceptance rate
The United States-based global chipset maker, Intel, has now unleashed a unique technology that can be used on consumer electronic products such as ATMs, kiosks, and point-of-sale systems (PoS). The technology is a RealSense 3D camera furnished with an on-device solution to help perform facial authentication on various devices.
The technology simplifies the intricacies of secure entry, and no network set-up is required. This perfect natural solution claims to offer a trouble-free enrollment process.
Using only a glance, users are able to quickly unlock what’s important to them.
According to the company, this unique technology amalgamates active depth along with a specialized neural network, a top-notch system-on-chip, and an embedded secure element to process and encrypt user data safely and faster.
Sagi Ben Moshe, Intel corporate vice president and general manager of Emerging Growth and Incubation said, “Intel RealSense ID combines purpose-built hardware and software with a dedicated neural network designed to deliver a secure facial authentication platform that users can trust.”
According to a report of IANS, this technology has the potential to adapt user’s change of physical features such as glasses, beards, and also, it works under several lighting conditions with a vast range of complexions or heights.
Smart access control, healthcare, and finance require to use those technologies only, which they think they can trust.