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KeyLemon released Face Recognition SDK on Android


KeyDroidWe are happy to announce that KeyLemon’s face recognition technology is now available on Android Platform. The technology is powered by a Software Development Kit (SDK) and available for companies and industrial partners. It’s been only a few days since the release of these new software development kit and we’ve already seen some impressive applications.

The SDK is the output of the collaboration with the research institute Idiap and the project MOBIO which developed new mobile services secured with biometrics. Such services include accessing the device itself, Apps or private data on the device, or online services.


We are very proud to deliver such technology to our community. Organizations seek new trends to improve efficiency through the selective deployment of appropriate technology. Frustration with the imitations of traditional mouse and keyboard interfaces has grown. The launch of Smartphone and Tablets has somehow redefine user-computer interaction. The potential of human-computer interaction technologies in the gaming, entertainment and mobile sectors is gaining attention as mainstream players get increasingly involved and embed a variety of complementary technologies into a wide range of products to enhance the user experience and provide something “new”.
Do not hesitate to contact us to get a trial version of our Face Recognition SDK available on Windows, MacOS, Linux and Android.

2 Responses to “KeyLemon released Face Recognition SDK on Android”

  1. Can you post some information on the licensing fees and terms? Thanks!

    Comment by Mark-Jan Harte on July 19, 2011 at 9:57 am

  2. Thank you very much for your post and interest in KeyLemon. The license model depends on the use case. The best way would be to get in touch with us at


    Comment by Gilles on July 19, 2011 at 10:01 am

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