These systems will be used to conduct exams in schools, particularly to check attendance and to exclude cases of passing tests by another person or falsifying results.
NtechLab & FindFace
in the media
A man was arrested in Brazil for using customers' photos to bypass the facial recognition login in a mobile banking app. He allegedly used the pictures to gain access to their accounts and obtain loans, reported the Daily Mail.
In April, Nikolai Shiryaev, NtechLab business development manager, presented at an IT business event in Bangkok and impressed the audience with our video analytics solutions. As a follow-up we had several conversations with potential customers and partners.
Last week, NtechLab had the honor to present at the third Edo Mex C5 Congress, organized by the State of Mexico and the C5 emergency center which develops the Safe City program in the state.
We are proud to share some great news with you. NtechLab’s Liveness identity fraud prevention technology has once again proved its high security and passed PAD (Presentation Attack Detection) Level 2 testing at the reputable iBeta Quality Assurance laboratory.
NtechLab says its tech works anyway
The bustling Cairo ICT event took place in Egypt’s capital city between November 27 and 30, and NtechLab presence there was highly remarkable. Many visitors reported our facial recognition software to be the most interactive and interesting solution at the exhibition.