Vehicle access systems with face authentication from Grupo Antolin and trinamiX

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Grupo Antolin, a supplier of technological solutions for car interiors, and biometric solutions business trinamiX have partnered for the joint development of secure vehicle access through Face Authentication software built into trim pieces.

Under the newly formed partnership, trinamiX will integrate its face authentication technology with Grupo Antolin’s latest products. Building on company expertise, Antolin will also offer advanced exterior human machine interface (HMI) systems, and trinamiX will bring its knowledge of strong biometric protection.

The Face Authentication software from trinamiX meets the highest biometric security levels and operates using patent-protected algorithms that verify a user’s liveness based on skin detection. Through the combination of software and hardware, the technology can authenticate drivers based on biometrics when they get near a vehicle. Furthermore, the security solution has low hardware requirements, making it easy for OEMs to integrate the solution into their vehicles.

“Grupo Antolin and trinamiX share a common goal: providing consumers around the world with higher comfort and security,” said Wilfried Hermes, director of business development at trinamiX. “We are happy to be collaborating with an experienced partner that can contribute with extensive knowledge and a strong network on this exciting path.”

“By incorporating biometric solutions into our components, we can offer our clients added-value systems that combine lighting, electronics and smart surfaces with face authentication,” commented Marta Cuevas, lighting and HMI business unit director at Grupo Antolin. “trinamiX Face Authentication has been proved to reliably keep up its high performance even under particularly challenging conditions. This trusted performance is what makes the solution the perfect addition to our growing, innovative portfolio.”

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