Using our system, students and schoolchildren will no longer need to carry ID cards or fill out any forms to enter an institution. Mobile terminals installed at the entrance will automatically scan their face, and will let the student into the grounds of the school or into the classroom. An unauthorised person will not be able to pass through the checkpoint, as thus increasing the level of security of the institution. When registered, the visitor automatically added to the database and the history of visits will be controlled.


After registration, students will not need to carry any I.D. cards or QR codes to enter.


An outsider will not be able to pass through the checkpoint, as the university or school database will not contain their face, thus increasing the level of security of the institution.

Attendance control

FarFaces facial recognition system will allow to monitor student’s attendance providing a history log of visits, indicating student’s name, date and time of visit.


Potentially, students can create their own databases of interests, post information about themselves and, when pointing a phone at fellow student, see information about that person that he decided to share


Patient Identification errors and fraud is a growing problem globally. It can happen at any part of the healthcare process, including registration, diagnosis, treatment, referrals, medication prescription and purchasing etc. The survey found that errors or fraud were most likely to occur in pharmacies, hospitals, urgent care clinics and physician's offices.

Patient recognition

Allows doctors, nurses and caretakers to check a patient's identity by just pointing a mobile phone (with our mobile solution preinstalled) at a person.

Fast communication

Health and security checks when necessary, establishing a secure and reliable communication channel to a backend service.


Can be installed and operate on any mobile phone or tablet, therefore does not require any additional equipment, which makes our solution very cost-effective.

Access Control Point

Can be used as an Access Control Point — No more unauthorized people. The screen of the recognizing device will flash green or red without giving out any personal information.

Alzheimer & dementias

There was an estimated that the number of people worldwide living with dementia will reach 75 million in 2030 and 131.5 by the mid-century. Around 70% of all these people will wander (get lost). Hundreds of organizations spend millions of dollars (statistically $414 billion) to educate staff, family members and society in general on how to identify a wandering person and what to do next.

Your own database

Create a closed database of people living with dementia.

Quick identification

Social workers and care takers identify wandering person from a distance, without a need to approach or to disturb.

Information I.C.E.

See the most essential information about the person (ICE number, blood type, syndrome) by just pointing the phone at a person from a distance of 10 meters.


Help people living with dementia to recognize relatives and loved once by just pointing a camera of the mobile phone at a person. The name and status of the recognized person will be shown on the screen and spoken out loud if needed.

Missing & abducted people

According to International Center for Missing and Exploited children around 900,000 children go missing every year worldwide.

According to THE HIGH COURT People are trafficked for sexual exploitation, forced labor, forced begging, forced marriage, and more. Children are also sold as child sex slaves and child soldiers, while adults are trafficked for organ harvesting. 25 million people across the globe are denied their fundamental right to freedom. 30% of the global human trafficking victims are children. Women make up 49% of all victims of global trafficking.


Support authorities on identifying and verifying missing or abducted people. Officers authorised to access to a specific database of missing people, could identify a person/child on a street in real-time at a long distance.


Providing immediate alert (with identified and synchronized GPS location of the recognition event) to the field officer or nearby social worker.


FarFaces technology fully complies with GDPR requirements for data processing on a device. Pictures of recognised faces are not being stored on a device, and unknown people faces are blurred.


Possibility to work OFF-LINE with a database of more than 12 million faces. Adding a person to the database from a mobile device.