SoundPass Access™: Transformative Authentication Through Advanced Sound Signature Analysis

Welcome to the future of user authentication with SoundPass Access™, a cutting-edge control center revolutionizing security through innovative technology. This state-of-the-art system serves as the nerve center for monitoring the real-time status of registered FCV (Forced Cough Vocalization) recordings submitted by active users. At the forefront of this pioneering solution is the utilization of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technologies, empowering SoundPass Access™ to discern subtle changes in a user's unique baseline sound signature, known as SDS (Signature Data Sound). As users attempt to authenticate, this groundbreaking system not only provides unparalleled security but also sets a new standard in the realm of user verification by dynamically adapting to evolving acoustic patterns, ensuring a seamless and sophisticated authentication experience.

A safe work environment requires frequent monitoring and prevention

SoundPass Access™ is the control center to monitor  the real-time status of registered FCV (Forced Cough Vocalization) recordings submitted by active users attempting to authenticate to their unique baseline sound signature or SDS (Signature Data Sound).
We use Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technology to detect changes in the user's SDS.


Get a respiratory health record on every person who enters your office.

By authenticating, your employee certifies that they have a good state of respiratory health.

Securing the respiratory health of your office allows your employees to stay productive.

Stands out in the market with the use of biometric technology.



SoundPass is not recommended for use in individuals with the following medical history, as this type of technology has not been tested in these circumstances:
● Recent acute traumatic injury to the head, neck, throat, chest, abdomen, or trunk
● Leaky tracheostomy stoma
● Recent trauma or surgery to the thorax/abdomen/trunk, recent/persistent neurovascular injury, or recent intracranial surgery.
● People unable to cough voluntarily
● Medical history of diaphragmatic hernia, external beam neck/throat/throat/maxillofacial radiation, phrenic nerve injury/palsy, radical neck/throat/maxillofacial surgery, vocal cord trauma or nodules

People with aphasia may have difficulty producing an FCV-SDS in the time allotted by the app and have not been assessed as a population.

If you are experiencing respiratory distress or shortness of breath, it may take more than one attempt to achieve a successful FCV-SDS submission for analysis.