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Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Mohammed Murad   Most Americans use biometrics daily. Fingerprint, face, or iris recognition technology unlocks our smartphones. Iris or facial scans quickly move people through airport security and past customs agents. Biometrics are common in many office buildings, enhancing or replacing traditional access control. Numerous surveys show most respondents becoming comfortable using the various biometric technologies, often preferring them

May 19th, 2022|News|

ISC West Show and Tell: Iris ID’s Mohammed Murad On Biometric Time and Access

Iris ID is a longstanding leader in the biometrics sector, having established itself as a pioneer of iris recognition technologies and eventually expanding its portfolio to include facial recognition tech. As such, it’s a regular presence at high-profile industry events like ISC West, which recently wrapped up in Las Vegas. At this year’s show, Iris

May 10th, 2022|News|

Biometrics gain appreciation during a pandemic

A recent consumer survey shows a growing acceptance of biometric technologies. Nearly half (46%) of respondents said biometrics made their lives easier to deal with during the COVID-19 pandemic. Biometric comfort levels are up significantly over a similar study conducted two years ago. The survey, conducted by GetApp, an online ecosystem of business app and

April 4th, 2022|Blog|

Iris ID Hires New Latin America Regional Manager

Cranbury, N.J. USA ­– March 29, 2002 – Iris ID, for more than 20 years the global leader in iris recognition technology, today announced the hiring of Abraham Peniche as the company's Latin America regional sales manager. Peniche joins the company with 23 years of industry experience with market leaders in electronic security. He is

March 29th, 2022|Press Release|

Iris ID to Display Flexible and Accurate New Readers at ISC West

Cranbury, N.J. USA ­– March 14, 2022 – Iris ID, for more than 20 years the global leader in iris recognition technology, will showcase two new readers – the iCAM D2000 and IrisBar – at ISC West, March 23-25 at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas. The two devices are compact touchless readers that accurately

March 14th, 2022|Press Release|

Iris ID Hires Seyit Ali Kaya as New Regional Manager

Cranbury, N.J. USA ­ March 1, 2022 – Iris ID, a leading provider of iris recognition technology, today announced that Seyit Ali Kaya has joined the company as the regional manager for operations in Turkey, surrounding countries and Eastern Europe. He is responsible for sales to the Turkish government and other large enterprise projects and

March 2nd, 2022|Press Release|
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Air Travel — Why Iris ID?

Part 4 By Mohammed Murad Global air travel organizations and airports worldwide agree that biometric systems using iris-based recognition technologies offer the solutions to tame the wasted time and confusion currently facing passengers. That begs the question of which iris biometric provider is ready with the proven technology to meet the demands of new airport

February 8th, 2022|Blog|
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Airports are already using biometrics

Part 3 by Mohammed Murad Biometrics technologies provide various choices, typically divided into behavioral or physiological categories. Behavioral biometrics might measure how a person walks, talks, signs a signature or types on a keyboard. More commonly used physiological measurements include scans of a person’s fingerprints, facial structure and iris, the colored ring around the pupil.

February 3rd, 2022|Blog, News|

Iris Recognition at the Border

In this podcast U.S. Border Patrol official, Jason Thompson, talks about the use of iris recognition at the border. Jason is an Assistant Chief with the United States Border Patrol, he has over 25 years of law enforcement and public safety experience.  He currently serves as the biometrics program manager for the Enforcement Systems Division,

January 24th, 2022|Iris ID Radio|

Reducing time in airports

By Mohammed Murad It’s no secret that air travel is way down from pre-pandemic days by about 60%. Although pleasure travelers are returning, business travels are not.  While the latter group accounts for only one in eight tickets sold, it accounts for up to 75% of airline revenue. Winning them back is a challenge facing

January 20th, 2022|Blog|