ImageWare Systems To Feature GoMobile Interactive Multi-Modal Biometric Cloud Identity Management Services and More For Mobile Devices At Mobile World Congress 2014
ImageWare Systems will feature unequaled Identity Protection Management Through Mobile Devices and Desktops Featuring GoMobile Interactive™ GMI ® patented, biometrically secured user authentication solution for mobile devices utilizing facial and voice recognition. In addition, ImageWare will showcase:
-Biometric Engine® (BE) a patented, real-time, high performance, Cloud enabled multi-modal biometric database that delivers unmatched performance and scalability, supporting massive populations and petabytes of identity data
-PillPhone®, the only FDA-cleared biometric enabled enterprise mobile application that ensures medication compliance with mobile technology and patient engagement
-GoCloudID®.com, Cloud-based SaaS ID Management Platform offering Web portal access for customer/partner provisioning with no startup cost
BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- From ShowStoppers @ MWC 2014– ImageWare Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: IWSY) (IWS), a leader in mobile and cloud-based, multi-modal biometric identity management solutions, will showcase its next-generation cloud identity management and authentication service, GoMobile Interactive™ (GMI), and more at Mobile World Congress 2014.
Mobile World Congress will be held at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain February 24-27, 2014. Visit ImageWare at booth 7K08 Hall 7, mobile payment pavilion.
As Silicon India recently reported, the number of active cell phones will reach 7.3 billion by 2014. In other words, there will be more in-use cell phones than there are people on the planet right now. In 2013, the United States saw more than 12 million identity fraud victims at a dollar cost of $24 billion, with the average financial loss per identity theft totaling $4,930. Goode Intelligence predicts that by the end of 2015 there will be 619 million people using biometrics on their mobile device.
"Smartphones are having a huge and growing impact on the bottom line in retail, banking and financial services. Mobile sales hit $5.9 billion in Q1 2013, nearly 11% of total web sales of $56.0 billion, comScore says. In the first quarter, total U.S. retail sales grew 1% year over year, web sales grew 13% and mobile sales grew 31%. Mobile commerce is growing far faster than the web," said Jim Miller, chairman and CEO of ImageWare Systems. "Worldwide mobile payments are expected to become a $400 billion market by 2015 and global enterprise businesses will be at the forefront to protect themselves and their consumers. We are pleased to demonstrate such an important service and technology at MWC 2014 with the IT security industry's most reliable form of identity theft protection for accessing their gateway accounts via desktop and mobile devices."