Brahmarsk is trying to increase the appeal of its MemoryID Biometrics access control solution. To that end, the company has released a new TrustIDConnect API to make it easier for organizations to integrate MemoryID into an existing application.
MemoryID Biometrics uses facial authentication to verify the identities of registered individuals, and to eliminate the need for ID cards, PINs, and other identifiers. It is robust enough to function in any lighting condition, and accurate enough to recognize people who are wearing masks, or whose glasses have fogged up when they step inside. It also comes with anti-spoofing technology to prevent the use of photos, masks, and other hacks.
TrustIDConnect, meanwhile, will allow organizations that want to deploy MemoryID to do so more quickly, and with as little hassle as possible. The API offers support for mobile, web, and on-premises installations, which is to say that it can be used for physical access control, or to secure a remote or hybrid workplace through the cloud. It is compatible with both the iOS and Android operating systems, and with all of the leading desktop platforms.
“With the TrustIDConnect API, Brahmarsk will further increase the adoption of MemoryID software to all verticals,” said Brahmarsk Innovation Director Karthik Kaleedhass. “MemoryID utilizes existing hardware, without the need for new equipment or special installations.”
In that regard, Brahmarsk believes that MemoryID will minimize the number of calls to the IT help desk because it allows businesses to take advantage of hardware and software that they are already using and are familiar with. Brahmarsk is hoping that TrustIDConnect will help the company capture a portion of the burgeoning access control market, which is expected to hit $12.8 billion by 2025. The overall physical and cybersecurity markets, on the other hand, are expected to reach $171 billion and $304.91 billion, respectively.
September 15, 2021 – by Eric Weiss