Get started with recognizing faces in no time. Minimal setup required. Even more, you can use FaceQuest® solely using API calls, if you wish.
Automate your workload using FaceQuest® APIs. Recognize faces from any programming language by simply using your secret key.
FaceQuest's Pay-as-you-grow pricing plans allow you to pay based on the current volume of requirements you have. If you need less, you pay less.
You do not need jazzy infra or AI coding skills to recognize faces in your software. FaceQuest® enables you to concentrate on building your own software, without additional investment and maintenance for high end infrastructure.
FaceQuest® does not care what programming language you use to code. As long as you can call HTTP(s) API end-points from your code, you could recognize faces from Java, Ruby, Scala or even Fortran (just-kidding!)
FaceQuest® has an easy-to-use and clutter-free Web UI, in case APIs are not your thing. See only relevant information and nothing else. FaceQuest® APIs are designed keeping the developer's productivity in mind.
FaceQuest® takes all possible measures to secure your data. All data is encrypted at rest. Only https for data transmission, no exceptions! You have full control over the data you add to FaceQuest® platform.
17 August, 2020
Over the years, there has been a great increase in digital payments in India and the rest of the world. People use different mobile payment apps for eg., Alipay, WeChat, Apple Pay, PayPal, Samsung Pay, Amazon Pay, Google Pay, etc. Read the full article on FaceQuest blog
4 August, 2020
One of the most common types of ATM fraud that exists is ATM cloning or ATM skimming. ATM skimming is a process where thieves place a device on the face of an ATM, which looks like a part of the machine. Read the full article on FaceQuest blog
12 April, 2020
While we could have used EC2, it often requires a great deal of tedious manual configuration and oversight. Managing these would require a great deal of resources and effort, and it takes time away from what’s most important: deploying applications. Read the full article on FaceQuest blog
12 April, 2020
FaceQuest being a face recognition service, we needed to store the reference faces somewhere. We created a research spike (dog food! munch, munch) to decide where to store our reference faces. Read the full article on FaceQuest blog