At shift change, the clatter of time clocks has been replaced by a quiet time-and-attendance system based on iris recognition. The lines have been reduced and time fraud eliminated. The system, from Iris ID, is based on the same biometric technology used in high-security government facilities, military bases and research laboratories. (read more)
Is Biometric Identification the Future of ATMs?
“However, in the last few years it has become economically affordable and technologically feasible from a size perspective. We have deployed ATM pilots in Korea, the Middle East, and other places and so far progress is positive,” said Mohammed Murad, VP of Global Sales and Business Development at Iris ID. (read more)
Iris ID completes installation of iris recognition system at CERN
Iris ID has completed a new installation of its iris recognition solution at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. CERN operates the world’s largest particle physics laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland, where accelerators are used to boost beams of particles to high energies before they are made to collide with each other or with stationary targets. (read more)
Iris ID Provides Crucial Biometric Tech for CBP Border Project
Iris ID is providing some of the crucial biometric technology being used in the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency’s pilot project at a major US-Mexico border.
The world’s leading iris recognition system from Iris ID becomes even more valuable with the TimeReport™ software module, providing simplified searches, custom reports and data importing. Time Report is a module of Iris ID’s iData™ IrisAccess® EAC software.The intuitive TimeReport’s drop-down menus allow operators to quickly review records by employee name or ID number; by day, week, month or any defined time range; or by absences. Data can be formatted as text or XML files for exporting to spread sheets. A “punch” option creates reports to share with ERP programs such as payroll software.