»Deliverables WP 6

D43 – Post pilot final platform

This Deliverable has been issued by the OCTAVE WP6, which is responsible to provide the architecture and software, making up a so-called Trusted Biometric Authentication System (TBAS), by leveraging on existing solutions related to voice biometrics verification, by introducing major enhancements in the voice biometric verification technology itself and by configuring voice biometrics as a [...]

D37 – Platform for pilot

This report provides the relevant information and documentation, typically attached to any software delivery. The specific delivery consists in the release of the voice biometrics platform, including identity management, which constitutes the pilot adopted for the demonstrators and for the user trials. The report consolidates and advances the overall architecture and technology that was documented in Deliverable [...]

D32 – Spoofing countermeasures for final deployment

This report is a supporting document for the final deployment of spoofing countermeasures.  It reports on integration activities including supporting experiments from research partners. As the software delivered is an evolution of the components delivered in D16 this report also discusses the new feature and the API changes made to support the requirements for the final pilot. The Deliverable is completed in [...]

D30 – Voice biometric engines for final deployment

This report is a supporting document for the software delivery of the voice biometrics platform for final deployment. It reports on strategy and integration activities including supporting experiments from research partners. As the software delivered is an evolution of the platform delivered in D12 this report also discusses the new feature and the API changes made [...]

D27 – Changes to platform for privacy compliance (internal version for use within the Consortium)

Information systems and critical infrastructures often need to securely identify their users. It has long been recognised that alternatives are needed to textual passwords for access control. While tokens can still be stolen, or transferred to other persons, biometrics technology can provide reliable, cost-effective and user-friendly solutions, particularly for unsupervised authentication at a distance. By [...]

D16 – Spoofing Countermeasures Phase 1

This document aims at supporting the software delivery of the spoofing countermeasures based on existing solutions from the technology providers as well as some improvements from early work in the Project. This deliverable is a software release and works in conjunction with the Voice Biometrics baseline Deliverable (D12). This auxiliary report summarises its purpose, its [...]

D15 – Technology Baseline

This deliverable is a software artefact that reflects the first phase of the integration of existing solutions related to voice biometrics verification and aiming at addressing the requirements of the target applications of the project. This report provides the relevant support as the basic information and documentation attached to any software delivery and release of [...]

D12 – Voice Biometric Engines Phase 1

This document aims at supporting the software delivery of the voice biometrics platform based on existing products from the technology providers which include improvements in terms of robustness from early work in WP4. Although this deliverable (D12) is effectively a software release into a cloud environment, the OCTAVE Consortium believes that an auxiliary report summarises [...]

D10 – Privacy by Design Guidelines

As more and more information and communication systems are being developed with capabilities that enable the processing and collection of individual personal data, there is an increased concern regarding a greater exposure to potential threats. The more personal data a system contains, the more interesting it becomes to potential fraudsters. Consequently, policy makers, research organisations [...]