STC, a global leader in voice biometrics solutions has joined forces with FaceBanx, a provider of biometric security technology, to bring enhanced face and voice recognition solutions to FaceBanx’s global telecomm and banking industry customers. With an eye on innovation and best-in-class security software solutions, FaceBanx will now offer STC’s proprietary VoiceKey.OnePass technology through its mobile, PC and tablet platform solution.
Opus Research presents VBC New York 2015 (May 4-5) featuring case studies and real-world implementations in fraud prevention, mobile banking, and secure customer care. Dubbed “The Voice Security & Authentication Conference,” VBC New York 2015 brings together executives and decision-makers who are integrating voice biometrics into multi-factor authentication strategies showcasing a broad array of technologies that support simple, secure, and trusted communications.
STC is to release a subminiature digital stereo voice-recorder Gnome-Nano II.
Gnome-Nano II a professional sound recording unit providing high-quality mono and stereo recording of speech signals. The recorder provides high-quality recording of speech signals in various situations and can be used to record conversations, meetings and interviews indoor and outdoor, including cases with difficult acoustic conditions.
SpeechPro to release the Gnome-P II in Q2 of 2015! The new updated version of the portable digital recorder offers 16GB of memory and up to 70 hours of recording time without changing the battery. In addition to being incredibly lightweight with extra small dimensions, the Gnome-P II is very user-friendly and allows a wide range of customers to easily record high-quality mono and stereo speech signals both indoors and outdoors.
Join FindBiometrics on Feb 19, 2015 at 11:00 AM EST. as we host an expert panel of voice biometrics leaders for an exclusive webinar event directed to providing you all the information you need about voice biometrics and its crucial role in the future of authentication.
Speech Technology Center (STC) was awarded for the development of a face recognition technology demo that was recognized second best among Russian manufacturers. STC plans to use this technology in video surveillance systems including video biometric security systems for sports facilities and in the field of improvement of the efficiency of financial institutions, insurance companies and credit bureaus. 25 companies participated in total.
SpeechPro, a global leader in Voice Biometrics, recently provided West Virginia University biometrics program more than $25,000 of software and training services to enhance its program, which will be included in the curriculum focused on speech signal representation. In addition, SpeechPro staffing will be assisting with both instruction and use of the software in and out of the classroom and lab. SpeechPro will be providing SoundCleanerII, SISII and Easy Voice Biometrics audio forensic tools to the WVU research lab, which is hub for biometric research.