Technavio released its ‘Global Voice Recognition Biometrics Market 2017-2021’ report, which analyzes the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook from 2017 to 2021. STC Group (represented in report by SpeechPro) is included into the world market prominent vendors list.
STC Group recently signed a partnership agreement with Falcon, a security solutions provider based in Egypt.
The two companies sealed their partnership after the recent Defense, Security and Public Safety Technologies Fair and Forum (DSS) in Egypt. The companies are aiming to offer aiming to target their solutions, which will incorporate STC’s biometric technology, to venues of mass gatherings, such as convention centers, stadiums, hotels, airports, and so on.
STC Group is celebrating a successful showing at the recent Defense, Security and Public Safety Technologies Fair and Forum (DSS) in Egypt, which wrapped up at the end of November. Only in its second year, the fair attracted 70,000 visitors, and proved to be a meeting ground for solutions providers and procurement officials from the areas of security and defence.
STC Group, represented in the US by SpeechPro, is preparing a big showing for this year’s Money20/20 expo. The company is a sponsor of the event and an exhibitor.
STC Group Plans Big Showing for Money20/20This year it’s going to show off OnePass, its new cloud-based, multi-modal biometric authentication system. OnePass uses both voice and facial recognition, prompting users to look at their devices and recite generated codes for identity verification, a system designed to ensure a high level of security.
The Maldives Police Forensics Department is getting some sophisticated speech analysis technology care of IKAR Lab by STC.
Maldives Police Embrace STC Tech for ForensicsThe technology is set to be used by the Department’s Digital Forensics Lab, with STC experts having helped staff to complete training programs for the technology last month. Participants were trained to identify individuals based on recorded audio and to extract clearer samples from noisy recordings, and further training sessions are planned.
Earlier this month, Russian firm STC Group presented its latest multimodal biometric solutions, professional recorders, multi-channel recording systems and forensic analysis tools at the biennial Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) Expo, which took place from September 14 to 18 at Waterkloof Airforce Base in Pretoria, South Africa.
As biometric solutions increasingly go mobile, a spotlight is being thrown on both the modalities that best suit devices and secure storage methods.
In this tussle over modalities, there is also a battle being played out over the issue of hardware.
Will there be a killer sensor that takes over the market, or will be most viable solution be one that makes best use of the existing technology that proliferates in virtually all smartphones, such as cameras, microphones and accelerometers?
Russian arms export agency Rosoboronexport exhibited the latest defence technologies and equipment from Russia’s leading manufacturers at the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD 2016) arms expo, in Pretoria, on Wednesday.