In this page, we’re going to take a look at some real world applications regarding how and why IoT device manufacturers protect their precious firmware IP (intellectual property) by integrating our solutions into their products.

  • Mobile Payment via Face Recognition

    The payment system has come a long way to evolve into the form we’re using day by day now. Throughout the history of mankind, we’ve gone from using shells, coins, cash, cheques, credit cards, to online banking, contactless payment and mobile transactions.

    It is vital to authenticate that the person initiating the mobile transaction is indeed the right person. There are a few way to do so, and one of it is through facial recognition.

    To make it work, a lot of money and effort have to be invested into developing the algorithm behind it, thus, it’s important to protect the IC that stores the brain (i.e. algorithm) of the important feature of your product, in this case, the face recognition engine.
  • AI-based Medical Diagnostic System

    Applying AI to the diagnostic system is to support the collaboration and integration of health information technologies in health care. Furthermore, to collate multiple data sources in clinical workflows allows for more precise and cost-effective diagnostics and therapies.

    The process of Medical Diagnosis can then be treated as an algorithm that helps the doctor arriving at a conclusion based on the presented facts. Therefore, the database, patient data, and cross-disciplinary data integration and AI application mechanism require high level of security protection mechanisms to prevent any important data from being stolen by malicious third party.
  • AR & VR Controller

    The AR & VR industry is booming, with controllers that need a better user experience and higher performance. It usually requires additional sensors in order to detect user’s hand movement and position accurately in the virtual situation. However, the controllers that have been developed with the latest technology do not require users to purchase additional sensors to be installed in their homes.

    With this groundbreaking technology, AR & VR players can have a better user experience with simpler and easier steps. Needless to say, both the technology and the internal mechanisms are exclusive and need to be protected, therefore adopting the firmware protection is a necessary procedure in order to prevent the rival company from stealing their intellectual property.
  • Wearable Gesture Controller

    This controller is able to measure your muscle activity and recognize your gesture so you can easily control smartphones or PCs. With simple gestures, you can also perform activities such as turning on the lights, moving your cursor, advancing slides, playing games or music on smartphones and PCs, etc. In medical application, gesture controllers help doctors track rehabilitation progress of patients with disabilities or impaired mobility.
  • Smart Doorbell

    Smart doorbell is an internet-connected doorbell that allows you to monitor your home from a smartphone or PC from anywhere. It notifies you when a guest steps foot on your house, presses the doorbell, or when it senses motion around your property. With this smart gadget, you can see, hear, and speak to the guest on your property, without having to get up or even be home.

    Some smart doorbells also allow the user to open the door by using a smart lock. Others even feature facial recognition and can announce them to you.

    The smart doorbell's verification mechanism plays an important role in the operation of home security. If unprotected, this smart gadget can be hacked, causing not only loss of money but also risks to personal safety.

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