NYC-based AnyVision has raised $43 million in funding. The AI-enabled visual intelligence software provider was founded in 2015 and had raised $31 million in its Series A. The fresh funding will be utilized by the company to scale its Touchless Access Control and Remote Authentication products.
AnyVision CEO, Eylon Etshtein said: “We offer the most accurate, enterprise-grade solution in the market today to help our customers create safer, seamless experiences for people returning to work and by providing better, faster access to remote services on personal devices.”
AnyVision’s technology uses facial recognition to identify people at a physical point of entry. The technology by the company initiates the process of identifying individuals as they approach a door from around 3 meters away. Its technology can be used across all organizations that host large spaces.
“With this additional funding, AnyVision will accelerate the delivery of these critical capabilities for businesses that are reimagining the way people access physical spaces and virtual services, both now and beyond the current crisis,” Eylon added.
The company’s Remote Authentication has been deployed at many organizations already and there is a strong demand for its software in the market. AnyVision says that its software is easy to onboard and authenticates new and returning users of banking, travel, healthcare and online gaming services.