Veridas, the leading Spanish company in voice recognition biometric technology, will be present at the Mobile World Congress taking place in Barcelona this week. The company will have a stand-demo where the more than 30,000 attendees at the congress will test the effectiveness of the different biometric identification technologies the company develops in their own devices, such as voice authentication in 3 seconds with an accuracy of 99.9% or facial verification. Furthermore, during its participation in the MWC, the company will make several live broadcasts demonstrating the use of these technologies through social media.
Within the Mobile World Congress framework, Veridas will showcase different applications of its technology like integrating voice biometrics in mobile applications to provide proof of life remotely or its use in the security and alarms sector, where voice biometrics is allowing identification in contact centers. For customers, these biometric voice identification technology applications mark a significant improvement in user experience by eliminating passwords, codes, and other unreliable verification procedures. For companies, the identification of each user in 3 seconds allows optimizing the time and costs of contact centers. Entities such as Deutsche Telekom, BBVA, and Prosegur already rely on these voice biometrics solutions developed by Veridas.