KeyLemon cuts a deal with one of the most important computer manufacturers in Brazil.

After having won the Red Herring's Global 100 Award earlier this year (see news from Feb 8th), KeyLemon signed a contract with SEMPTOSHIBA, one of the major computer manufacturers in South America. This first OEM success for the start-up co-founded by Gilles Florey in Martigny in 2008 is also a proof of the quality of KeyLemon’s product. Idiap’s facial recognition technology will be used by thousands of Brazilians to replace their password on their computer.

KeyLemon’s collaboration with Idiap has extended with a use case development in the frame of the FP7 MOBIO project as well as a CTI research project on spoofing methods and countermeasures. REPLAY .