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Internet Consumer biometric devices


Biometric technology in the cloud is currently very limited.  The most versatile internet biometric devices available to over 99 percent of all internet users is a basic webcam and microphone.  These devices once a separate internet peripheral is now standard devices found in almost every internet device now being made. 


Desktop flat screens now incorporate built in webcam technology, and also have built in microphones.  Mobile devices from android to iphone and modern tablets all have webcam’s and microphone devices incorporated for immediate use for all online internet users.


IBSS, Inc. biometric technology takes immediate benefit of these standard biometric devices such as webcam with real time facial recognition as well as voice recognition over a standard microphone.


Other devices such as finger print readers, and retinal scanners all add an expensive cost element in delivering biometric technology that are expensive to deploy and not readily adaptable for most mobile devices.


Webcam and microphone have become standard built in device technologies making them highly suitable for affordable biometric technology delivery over the internet.


IBSS, Inc. is taking premium advantage of these types of devices in promoting its coupled facial and voice recognition technology over the internet that requires no special software or hardware for utilization of the technology.

IBSS - biometric security technology


Moving from Online Anonymity to Human Identity


There are various new methods for advancing human identification over the internet.One such method is human finger prints, a second is facial recognition, and a third is Human voice recognition. Biometric security technology comprises of human finger prints, facial and human voice recognition.


Finger print biometrics is excellent in many regards for its unique biometric qualities.  But for the average online individual it’s nearly impossible for people to detect the difference between one person’s finger print identity to that of another person.  We have no experience or training as a society to differentiate and reference finger print identities from one person to another.  In addition, finger print identity has a higher cost of technology delivery requiring specialized hardware in order to work. 


Facial recognition technology is a second method.  This tends to support our modern form of human identification that we have adapted as a society since the invention of the first camera.

Referencing a human image by a photo is done on a daily basis and can be distinguished by virtually anyone.


In the advancing world of mobile computing, the advent of SRI has demonstrated the power of voice recognition technology’ superior benefits over text formats.  Voice recognition is a natural

advancement in biometric technology for all mobile internet communication devices, making voice biometrics a natural advancement in internet human identity.


IBSS, Inc. deploys the two most simple and logical standards in biometric technology with the coupled development of facial recognition, and voice recognition.  Two technology forms that

can simplistically integrate into the lifestyle of every internet user. 


Real time biometrics presents a new form of human identification over traditional passwords that eliminate anonymity and password transferability.  Biometrics presents a true form of human identification that will proliferate across the internet in the foreseeable future.


We give up our personal privacy on nearly a regular daily basis and never think twice about it. We go to the store and make a purchase and a total stranger the clerk at the counter request proof of identity, and we give that up daily and never think twice about it. At the crossroad we are faced with our compelling desire for convenience verse giving up our privacy.  In the end, as must choose between convenience and privacy, which do you think will prevail?  

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