By Mohammed Murad | Nov 01, 2015
At the peak of El Salvador’s sugar harvesting and processing season, the Ingenio Azucarero Injiboa mill in San Vicente becomes incredibly busy as hundreds of employees change shifts throughout
By RICHARD N. VELOTTA
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Developers of a new biometric scanning system that verifies passenger identities at airports are the first to admit that some customers like the idea of having their irises scanned because
A Radiant Insights report says demand for technologies designed to protect information and control data access will drive growth in the biometric systems market over the next five years.
The worldwide biometrics industry is projected to
Sometimes when we talk about technologies that can vastly improve real life experiences, especially ones that involve futuristic-feeling technology like biometrics, it helps to have real life examples. The promises of biometric border control, particularly
During last week’s iCPS Symposium, Iris ID and Electoral Services International (ESI) announced that the former’s iCAM T10 and IrisAccelerator solutions are now integrated with the
In today’s radio show, we interview Mr. Mohammed Murad of IRIS ID, Vice President of Sales. As we all know, the eye is probably the most unique structure in the human body. For example, it
Focus shifting from high security to convenience and speed.
by Zack Martin, editor, Avisian Publication
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By Robert L. Mitchell, Computerworld
At the entrance to “The Vault,” the most secure room within the most protected building operated by security services provider
Chicago, IL, September 24, 2013– Iris ID Systems Inc., formerly LG Electronics, Iris Technology Division, a leading provider of iris biometric technology, and Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, announced the IrisAccess® platform iCAM7000 series support of
Iris ID Systems Inc. Announces Interoperability Between Its’ IrisAccess® Platform and NFC-Enabled BlackBerry Smartphones Equipped with HID Global’s iCLASS® Digital Keys
by Michelle Maltais / LA Times
RIM plans to offer iris-recognition functionality in some of its BlackBerry 7 devices. (Chris Ratcliffe / Bloomberg / March 26, 2012)
Bringing back a bit of the sexiness of