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Know Your Customer with authentication solutions

Know Your Customer with authentication solutions that help you fulfill regulatory obligations regarding KYC and Identity Verification

Benefits

Retail

Face Comparison

  • + Analyze areas of interest
  • + Evaluate product package and design
  • + Monitor customer experience

Face Liveness Detection

  • + Assess usability of website
  • + Analyze user experience
  • + See how users attend to CTAs

 

Financial

Document Verification

  • + Identify impactful content elements
  • + Quantify visual attention
  • + Understand consumer cognitive processes

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Products

Retail

Building Block

  • + Analyze areas of interest
  • + Evaluate product package and design
  • + Monitor customer experience

API beta

  • + Assess usability of website
  • + Analyze user experience
  • + See how users attend to CTAs

 

Financial

SDK beta

  • + Identify impactful content elements
  • + Quantify visual attention
  • + Understand consumer cognitive processes

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Use Cases

Retail

User Onboarding

Financial Service

Financial

Payment Service

Retail

Ride Sharing

Online Membership Verification

Financial

Access control

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Testimonial

We are using and heavily promoting Sightcorp’s Toolkit because of its stability, accuracy and very easy installation and hardware configuration. The real-time aggregated data is immediately accessible through Crowdstats, which enables us to scale with ease.

─ S. Ahmedov, CEO OmniChannel

 

Eye-tracking technology

What is eye-tracking?

Eye Tracking is a computer vision technology that measures eye activity. It is used to analyze the human processing of visual information, measuring attention, interest, and arousal, making it an incredibly useful tool for examining human behavior. Using eye tracking software, you are able to provide answers to questions such as, “Where do people look? What do they look at, and how much time do they spend looking at it? How do their eyes react to different kinds of visual stimulation?”.

How does eye-tracking work?

Eye-tracking is a straightforward process and starts with sending out near infrared light. At the same time the light is reflected in your eyes. Those reflections are picked up by cameras from the eye tracker. For pupil dilation, the eye tracker measures pupil sizes using video images taken by cameras. In order to work as accurately as possible, the system must know more about your eyes, so for gaze locations, the eye tracker uses a calibration process to map eye movements into location subjects.

Combine eye-tracking with facial expressions

Eye tracking is a good way of measuring visual attention with high precision. This technology can be used for many different applications but its primary function is measuring where people look at. Facial expression recognition is great for measuring emotions, which is a more abstract measure of the positivity or negativity of the emotional expression. These two technologies can extract and combine more metrics with higher levels of validity.

How does Facial Recognition work?

Facial identification generally involves mapping “nodes” on an individual’s face to create what is known as a “faceprint.” This functions just like a fingerprint, and includes things like the position of an individual’s eyes and nose – creating a set of data which is unique to each person. Most face-based recognition systems use advanced cameras to capture images of subjects, which are then compared to existing faceprints on a centrally-stored database. And with error rates below 1%, it’s one of the most accurate recognition options available, whether you use it for security or market research purposes.

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