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Qatar National Bank Recognized for ATM Use of Contactless Iris ID Biometrics

Cranbury, N.J, USA – April 7, 2020 ­– Asian Banker magazine recently selected Qatar National Bank for having the “Best Biometrics Initiative, Application or Program in Qatar” for its use of iris recognition systems from Iris ID in some QNB branch ATMs. The bank is the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa,

April 7th, 2020|Press Release|
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INTERVIEW: Iris ID’s Mohammed Murad on Contactless Biometrics in the Age of COVID-19

April 6, 2020 Iris ID is a leading provider of iris recognition technology, and as a result has racked up a number of partners over the years – from Honeywell to GenKey to Integrated Biometrics. Indeed, that last partnership led to the announcement of a multimodal handheld device supporting both iris and fingerprint scanning earlier this year. Nevertheless,

April 6th, 2020|News|
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Elección de tecnología biométrica para el uso con equipos de protección personal

Por Mohammed Murad  Recientemente, hemos visto videos y fotos de trabajadores de la salud que usan equipo de protección personal (EPP) - batas, guantes, máscaras y gafas protectoras - para ayudar a protegerse contra la infección por COVID-19. Sin embargo, la asistencia sanitaria no es la única industria que depende del EPP para proteger a

April 6th, 2020|En Espanol|
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Choosing Biometric Technology for Use with Personal Protective Equipment

By Mohammed Murad Recently, we’ve seen video and photos of healthcare workers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) — gowns, gloves, masks and goggles – to help protect themselves against COVID19 infection. However, healthcare isn’t the only industry relying on PPE to safeguard employees. PPE is commonly used in the manufacturing, mining and construction industries, and

April 6th, 2020|Blog|
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Reportaje: Mayor dependencia de la biometría sin contacto

Por Mohammed Murad Los impactos del virus COVID-19 continúan sintiéndose en más segmentos de negocios públicos y privados. Según una empresa líder mundial de investigación de mercado, la pandemia del virus COVID-19 está creando un "gran momento para la biometría", ya que ofrecen plataformas sin contacto para autenticar con precisión la identidad de una persona.

April 1st, 2020|En Espanol|
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Executive Interview: Iris ID on non-contact biometrics and privacy

Planet Biometrics took time out to speak to Mohammed Murad, Iris ID's vice president of global business development and sales, about the increasing prevalence of the modality and its important new application areas. Can you tell us about Iris ID’s history as a company, its ethos and global outlook? Iris ID developed the first commercial iris recognition

March 31st, 2020|News|
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Report: Increased Reliance on Contactless Biometrics

By Mohammed Murad The impacts of the COVID-19 virus continue to be felt throughout more segments of public and private business. According to a leading global market research company, the COVID-19 virus pandemic is creating a “big moment for biometrics” as they offer contactless platforms for accurately authenticating a person’s identity. A recent report, “Taking

March 30th, 2020|Blog|
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Iris ID en la identificación del paciente

Por Mohammed Murad El uso de la biometría por parte de la industria de la salud puede aumentar la seguridad, la privacidad y la eficiencia, reducir el riesgo de errores y fraude al tiempo que mejora los resultados de los pacientes. Este es un mercado en rápido crecimiento con ventas globales de soluciones biométricas que

March 24th, 2020|En Espanol|

Los edificios y oficinas vacías son objetivos para los delincuentes.

Por Mohammed Murad Muchas oficinas, operaciones minoristas, instalaciones de fábricas y otras empresas están cerrando y enviando a los empleados a sus hogares para trabajar, ya que el virus COVID-19, potencialmente mortal, continúa propagándose. El contenido de estas instalaciones vacías puede convertirse en objetivos fáciles para los delincuentes. Muchas de estas empresas están protegidas por

March 24th, 2020|En Espanol|

Empty buildings and offices are targets for criminals

By Mohammed Murad Many offices, retail operations, manufacturing facilities and other businesses are closing and sending employees home to work as the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus continues to spread. The contents of these empty facilities may become easy targets for criminals. Many of these businesses are protected by access control systems using traditional plastic access

March 23rd, 2020|Blog|