CES 2017, Synaptics today launched a new multi-factor biometric engine that can use in smrtphones, tablets and notebook PCs.A new platform provides the ownership with the facial recognition company KeyLemon, incorporates both fingerprint and facial recognition, the mobile device can be unlocked with the different type of ways and this depends on the user requirement.
This system also a lot of feature about the security issue there is a multiple modes in that device for authentication.
The Synaptics multi-factor fusion engine combines authentication scores from multiple biometrics to determine verification. This increases overall system security as both fingerprint and facial factors have to meet minimum threshold requirements before authentication. In addition, the fusion engine improves usability as lower individual verification thresholds still result in greater security.
Multi-factor fusion engine utilizing anti-spoof technology, using AI Todi fertigate between fake and actual fingers.The facial recognition also tests for eye blinking and head movement to prevent spoofing.Synaptics VP of marketing Anthony Gioeli says:
“additional biometric and security factors.”
Synaptics also launched fingerprint sensors for scanning a fingerprint through glass