Biometric race tech firm Smartmatic say a face acknowledgment application could make voting more available for Brits, as the nation plans for a snap decision.
Addressing the BBC, staff said that the biometric security implies its more secure than standard web based managing an account or shopping frameworks.
The application utilizes facial biometric information joined with a government provided ID card to make a computerized character.
Clients can then sign in by taking a selfie and make their choice remotely, from any area.
Notwithstanding, the UK government told the BBC that while it's focused on "grasping innovation", that the paper ticket framework is generally secure.
Mike Summers, program chief at Smartmatic, told the BBC's Newsbeat the application could urge more individuals to partake in races.
"There's immense potential, we're seeing a tremendous measure of enthusiasm for this," he said.
"There is a staggering diminishment in investment in races since individuals are more versatile now, so we see a chance to fortify the procedure, to make it more open."
The UK is get ready to hold a general decision on June 8, after a vote was called by Prime Minister Theresa May.