Ayonix Corporation is a Global Face recognition provider from Japan. Ayonix develops world's fastest 3D face technology and provides it to customers as SDK(Software development Kit) as well as Out-of-box-products. Ayonix products run on Standalone environment, Cloud, Mobile platforms. Ayonix now provides products which have more advanced features such as Gender and Age detector, Smile detector, sunglass detector, Face feature tracker and Full-HD Face tracker. Ayonix's face recognition products can be used for access control systems, surveillance systems, computer security, banking security, entertainment, law enforcement applications, customer management system and many more. Ayonix face recognition technology and applications are fully developed by Ayonix R&D team and Application team. Neither outsourcing nor third-party licensing is done. Ayonix has already provided embedded face recognition products to Japanese companies such as Nippon broadcasting, Sanyo, Sony, Sharp, Panasonic.
Ayonix 3D Face recognition portfolio includes the below products and solutions
- Ayonix Banking Solutions
- Face Recognition for Bank ATM Machines
- Face Recognition for Netbanking
- Face Recognition for Banking Staff Login on bank intranet
- Face Recognition for VIP Customer and Black listed Customer Identification
- Ayonix Public Security
- Ayonix Facelogin - PC Login Based on 3D Face Recognition
- Ayonix Face Matcher
- Ayonix Customer Analytics (AYCA)
- Ayonix Digital Signage (AYDIS)
- Ayonix Media Inspector
- Ayonix Software Development Kits (SDK)
- Ayonix Passport Authentication
- Ayonix Cloud Solution
- Ayonix Access Solutions
Face recognition solutions for Bank branches, ATMs, Online banking
Face recognition for Bank ATM Machines
Face recognition can be used to secure ATM transaction and is used as a tool for authenticating users to confirm the card owner. Financial fraud is a very important problem for Banks and current secure information in the ATM card magnetic tape are very vulnerable to theft or loss. By using face recognition as a tool for authenticating users in ATMs can be confirmed as the card owner. The ATMs which are equipped with Face recognition technology can recognize the human face during a transaction. When there are “Shoulder Surfers" who try to peek over the cardholders shoulder to obtain his PIN when the cardholder enters it, the ATMs will automatically remind the cardholder to be cautious. If the user wears a mask or sunglasses, the ATM will refuse to serve him until the covers are removed. Touchless - There is no need for remembering your passwords. Only looking at the ATM camera will login the card holder instantly. No physical contact is needed. Secure - Since your face is your password, there is no need to worry for your password being forgotten or stolen. In addition, the face recognition engine locks access to the account and transaction pages for the card holder as the card holder moves away from the camera of the ATM and another face appears Face based card holder authentication can be used as primary or as a secondary authentication measure along with ATM PIN. Face based authentication prevents ATM fraud by the use of fake card and stolen PIN or stolen card itself. How the system works in illustrated in below image
Face recognition for NetBanking and Online transactions
Face recognition can be used to secure netbanking and online transactions by using face as a tool for authenticating users by sporting user face to the camera. Users open browser and invoke the bank website, bank website opens the camera to scan the user face, if the face identified matches with the bank records authentication is provided for the transaction. How this works is illustrated in the below image
Face recognition for Staff Login on Bank intranet
Face recognition can be used to authenticate staff on their bank intranet and provide access, based on the level of authorisation from any system on the intranet. Staff is freed from the use of a finger print authentication device and from the troubles of authentication issues with a finger print based biometric authentication. As a staff moves off a PC (from the camera view) and there is no more a face streaming from the PC camera the staff is logged out from the intranet automatically and this helps prevent misuse of the system when the staff has to leave the desk momentarily and forgets to log-off. Face recognition also helps in getting to know how long the staff has been in front of the PC and helps in work audit of the staff.
Face Recognition for VIP Customer indentification and Black listed Customer / Criminal Identification
VIP Customer detection is detection of the important customers of Bank.
When a VIP customer steps into the branch, his face is searched in the system and displayed to Bank teller and other official computers. Banking sector have employees being shuffled and transfered for promotion and other secuirty purposes. A staff/manager joining a new branch may find it difficult to identify VIP Customers walking into a branch. Identifying VIP customers would also be difficult when the customer base is very large for a branch. VIP customer identification can help in providing priority services to VIP customers enabling better customer satisfaction and experience at your branch and this improves the loyalty of the customer to the bank.
Detection of blacklisted customers & criminal suspects
Blacklisted customers could be people who did not pay back bank loan, people who cause trouble to other guests, people who have taken money by Fake-ID in past at any branch of the bank or other banks. A criminal can be one who had been punished in bank robberies and other financial frauds, a suspect can be one with vandal attitudes, strong violent nature and criminal background as identified by the police and other enforcement agencies When a blacklisted customer visits a branch, his face is searched in the system and the face of the suspect is displayed on the computer screens of the Bank teller and other official computers. Identifying blacklisted customers help as a caution measure in taking enough precautions while offering financial services and apply measures that can mitigate fraud while handling such customers. Bank robberies during working hours mostly happen after a criminal enters the bank passing the unsuspecting security and later taking the bank staff or other customers as a hostage. If the bank branch has the database of possible people who are criminals or suspects in the locality under co-operation from the police and other law enforcement agencies such criminals can be intercepted with a camera and identified as they enter the bank to issue warning to security personnel, warning to display on all computer screens along with an audible alarm going off indicating to the possibility of a criminal inside the bank. This warning can make the customers and staff vigilant of a possible hostage situation and help security to pinpoint to the suspect and subdue before he/she engages. Secondary measures like locking off computers, strong rooms, teller boxes can also be initiated immediately in the event of a criminal stepping into the bank.