A Leader in the Biometric Revolution
Taliware is a developer of mobile location-tracking software using TouchID fingerprint sensing for location authentication. The company is also working on a cardiac rhythms technology designed to identify an individual’s identity and location with their unique heartbeat.
The team has been awarded 18 patent application claims and has filed over 30 additional patent claims for their heart cardiac rhythms geo authentication inventions.
To kick off its services, Taliware will debut a location-based tracking system using TouchID sense, a software utility which confirms your physical locations using your unique fingerprint biometrics.
Taliware mobile TouchID sense allows you to authenticate your check into places, with an interactive way to keep a record of all places history for testimonial proof of your whereabouts.
The company’s mission is to deliver convenient, reliable and affordable identity protection and secure access solutions across multiple platforms and industry sectors. We foresee Taliware geo-presence services expansion into the legal, government and military sectors.
Subscribers to the fingerprint mobile app-service will receive preferred pricing to Taliware geo presence using a cardiac rhythms signature device. The patented location-based cardiac rhythms signature is designed to provide persistent authentication and a definite proof of who you say you are and where you are.
Director of Communications and Investors Relations
Annemarie possesses over 25 years’ experience in professional services, media, high tech, medical device and interactive learning. She has worked with visionaries in multiple disciplines to launch new business models and develop new markets at MIT, Deloitte Consulting, Cambridge University, ThreeWire, and KnowHow Learning Systems.
Her responsibilities at Taliware include the development and execution of marketing and public relations strategies and investor relations. She holds a B.A. Degree from the University of Minnesota.
Hicham El Khamlishi
Sr. Platform Developer
Hicham is Taliware’s senior platform developer. A highly experienced, passionate iOS and Android applications developer, Hicham holds B.S and M.S. degrees in computer science and is currently working on his Ph.D. in e-health and Big Data.
He brings a wealth of technical know-how to Taliware. He is proficient with Apple technologies and has worked as the lead developer with several major international firms. Hicham is responsible for delivering all Taliware geo-presence Mobile apps.
William Harvey is responsible for all of Taliware geo-presence systems Product/UI/UX/Web design. He received his bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts from UC San Diego, fusing the gap between computers and art.
He possesses over 10 years of hands-on experience working in technology innovation. He was a member of the team that won Apple’s 2013 iPad App of the Year award. In his leisure time he enjoys DJ-ing and producing House Music, and he dreams of sailing the Pacific.
Hassan Zili, Ph.D.
Co-Founder and CTO
Hassan Zili holds a Masters’ in Computer Science and a Ph.D. with a focus on Spatial Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems. As co-founder and chief technology officer at Taliware, he is responsible for Taliware’s geo-presence fingerprint and cardiac rhythms authentication platforms delivery. Prior to Taliware, Zili was cofounder at silentclick an enterprise software backup and recovery service provider which didn’t survive the recession.
He is the author of multiple patents in Geo-identity authentication using heartbeat cardiac rhythms, with patents pending in 2FA geo-identity and on the blockchain data securitization. Zili is a laureate of EMI, the prestigious engineering school in Morocco, he completed research missions at the French government space agency the National Center for Space Studies in Toulouse, France. Zili is also on the faculty of Science and Technology in Tangiers
ICO and Blockchain Product Marketing Director
Trent is responsible for Taliware’s ICO and on the blockchain Taliware geo-presence product deployment. Trent Lapinski is an experienced Internet entrepreneur, venturing into the Blockchain, cryptocurrencies, ICOs, SaaS, automation, DevOps, fintech, and cloud computing. He is a product expert with a background in marketing, automation, business development, internet publishing, scalability, cloud computing, and cyber security. As a technology executive, he was a former CEO and startup founder, which he sold for a successful exit. His experience includes product marketing, product development, business development, and venture capital.
Trent made his impact on Silicon Valley at a young age, building and selling tech companies throughout his twenties. Now in his thirties, Trent is firmly situated at the tip of San Francisco’s tech spearhead. Trent is an enlightened future-focused technologist with ambitions of building world-changing systems. He is co-host of the Blockchain Cryptocurrency YouTube Show and iTunes Podcast Crypto Disrupted.
AbdelHak Tali, Ph.D
Co-Founder, and Heart Cardiac Rhythms Data Scientist
AbdelHak Tali has Master’s in Physics and Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Digital Signal Processing. As co-founder and Head of Healthcare Data Science at Taliware, he is responsible for cardiac rhythms signal processing and algorithms development. Prior to Taliware, AbdelHak Tali was co-founder at silentclick, an enterprise software backup and recovery service provider, which didn’t survive the recession. AbdelHak is the author of multiple granted patents in geo-presence authentication using heartbeat cardiac rhythms, with several patents pending in 2FA geo-identity and on the blockchain data securitization.
He has collaborated on several research papers and publications in heart signal analysis for heart disease detection in Atrial Fibrillation detection using machine learning. AbdelHak Tali is a university professor at Tangier Faculty of Science and Technology and is a .NET evangelist, Matlab, Machine learning and Artificial intelligence enthusiast.
Advisor - IoT & Federal Law
Staci Biggar is a Houston, Texas-based Criminal and Family law attorney who has been practicing law for over 20 years. She was a partner at Guerrero & Biggar LLP for over 15 years before making the decision to create her own firm. Staci is former Houston, Texas District Attorney (DA), she served three terms on the board of Directors of Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association and is a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
Staci Biggar will be Taliware’s product definition advisor optimizing the delivery of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and ensuring that Taliware complies with the laws governing the U.S. court systems.
She received her Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from Texas A&M University before going on to complete her Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law.
Corporate Attorney, Jones and Spross
Brian Spross is an attorney on the cutting edge of technology law. Brian has experience throughout the technology space having counseled numerous companies from start-up through acquisition. Brian has many years of experience negotiating a variety of agreements and deals structures, including licensing, consulting, and outsourcing arrangements. In addition, he provides services around entity formation and funding. Brian acts as an outsourced general counsel for many of his clients.
Former career posts include roles at Trilogy Software/Versata, Lockheed-Martin, Oceaneering Space Systems, Lockheed Missiles, Space Company, and McDonnell Douglas Aerospace. Brian earned a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering as well a J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. In his free time, Brian is an avid runner and enjoys playing tennis and traveling.
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Attorney, BLK Law Group
Blynn has extensive experience as a patent examiner with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). For four years, Blynn determined the patentability of hundreds of inventions. His knowledge of patent prosecution from both sides – as an examiner and as a prosecuting attorney – is an advantage he exploits to his clients’ benefit. His familiarity with the regular updates to the Code of Federal Regulation for Patent Practice is a resource to fellow attorneys. His education is of value to his clients: he received a world-class education in engineering at CMU, and learned intellectual property law from USPTO experts, who also serve as faculty at GWU.
Blynn holds a B.S. degree from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, and a law degree received with honors from George Washington University (GWU).
Founder, CEO and Chief Visionary Officer
Tarik Tali is an entrepreneur and a computer scientist. He began his career as an FPGA hardware engineer at Electronics for Imaging (EFI) in Foster City, CA. He then served in various sales and global technical marketing roles at Agilent Technologies, a spinoff from Hewlett-Packard where he invented System-on-Chip IP mapping. Later he started his own company silentclick, in the enterprise software backup and recovery space. The company did not survive the recession.
Tarik founded Taliware after experiencing a biased affidavit discord in court. He is the author of several granted patent claims in geo-presence authentication using cardiac rhythms. He also has several patents pending in geo-identity using 2FA and on the blockchain data securitization.
He received his MBA from Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA and an undergraduate degree in computer engineering from San Jose State University, California.