Neurologix’s HPA Core Technology uses soft biometrics, or behavioral traits, to ensure your system is always protected from unwanted visitors. Even if your system involves cloud computing, software computing, or thousands of users and devices, our state-of-the-art technology offers a non-intrusive way to protect your system without additional expensive hardware.

Neurologix’s approach is based on the concept that each human has a unique Human Print Authentication (HPA) features set similar to a DNA strand. HPA utilizes a set of various behavioral or physiological biometric measurements including, but not limited to, typing rhythm, keystroke dynamics, electronic signatures with use of touchpads or touchscreens, finger geometry, fingerprints, force applied to a button of the keyboard, patterns of individual motor skills, voice data, voice patterns, an individual’s weight, iris, retina, and facial characteristics.

Our HPA technology is deployed as a mobile application, desktop application or web application. HPA software is designed to receive biometric input and process it to obtain a match with previously stored data. Our technology authenticates individuals, first by a separate processing of multiple biometric data, and then by calculating a single feature vector based on separate authentication of various biometrics.