Voice Security Systems' FreeKey®/Voice Protect® speaker verification technology uses a person's voice print to uniquely identify individuals using biometric speaker verification technology. Speech is processed through a non-contact method; you do not need to see or to touch the person to be able to recognize them. The popularity of speaker verification is swiftly growing because speech easy to obtain without the addition of dedicated hardware. Improved, robust speech recognition algorithms and PC hardware have also brought this one-time futuristic idea into the present. At Voice Security Systems,over two decades of research and development has lead us to believe that the explosive speech processing market is here to stay. Our patented FreeKey®/Voice Protect® method of biometric voice authentication is ideally suited for low memory, database independent applications using smart cards or other physical devices such as cell phones. Due to the value of biometric security for use in fraud prevention, and the added convenience of knowing a person is who they claim to be, we believe speaker verification will be widely accepted by the consumer market.
Voice Security Systems Inc. can deliver biometric security technology to the market at a lower cost than anyone else in the industry, with no reoccurring maintenance costs such as database management or complicated user training. Once the FreeKey®/Voice Protect® technology is built into a product it will continue to function independently for the life of the product.
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