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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to Deploy Iris ID Technology

Iris-based authentication system to make prisoner release process more accurate Cranbury, N.J.– June 23, 2020 – Iris ID, a leading provider of iris recognition technology, today announced it will provide its biometric recognition technology to the County of Los Angeles to make its prisoner release process safer, more accurate and efficient. Iris ID’s OU7S-AK camera

June 23rd, 2020|Press Release|
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Guest Feature: Biometrics in a New Era

June 19, 2020 The following is a guest post by Mohammed Murad, Vice President, Global Sales and Business Development, Iris ID Two of 2020’s biggest news stories – the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and protests seeking racial equality – have affected businesses worldwide, with the biometric industry being no exception. How long the impacts will last is, at

June 19th, 2020|News|
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The new COVID-19 workplace – time and attendance

It won’t be business as usual as offices reopen and welcome employees back to work. Covid-19 has changed the way we live and had a profound effect on the way we work. Not everyone will return to an office. Many companies have seen benefits from the work-from-home model and will continue using it. But for

June 16th, 2020|Blog|
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New air travel guidelines recommend the use of contactless biometrics

By Mohammed Murad No major industry has been more affected by the COVID-19 pandemic than air travel. International air passenger traffic has dropped a dramatic 80% and airport revenues are down 45%. Those figures are from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Airport Council International (ACI) and are a sharp contrast to analysts’

June 10th, 2020|Blog|
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Here we go again: iris recognition and retinal scans are not the same

By Mohammed Murad An insurance industry publication recently had the headline “Goodbye Passwords and Hello Retinal Scans: How Believers in Biometrics Are Making Their Data Protection Case.” The story was extremely timely and, for the most part, accurate. But as we’ve previously pointed out in this blog, retinal scans are used primarily for medical purposes.

June 3rd, 2020|Blog|
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The Hollywood Version of Iris Recognition Technology is a Myth

By Mohammed Murad Thanks to Hollywood, iris recognition technology has gotten the reputation of being a highly futuristic invasive technology. Movies like “Blade Runner” (1982) and “Minority Report” (2002) depict the technology as physically and mentally intrusive. The truth is much more mundane and wouldn’t provide anywhere near the sizzle most sci fi aficionados expect.

May 26th, 2020|Blog|
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4 Ways COVID-19 Will Change the Adoption of Biometrics

By Mohammed Murad It’s an understatement to say the COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost everything about our lives. So, there’s no surprise it’s changing the course for the adoption of biometrics. Here are some changes we see emerging: Identity will become more important Identity has been gaining in importance for the last decade, but COVID-19

May 21st, 2020|Blog|
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Government Iris Databases Continue to Grow

By Mohammed Murad Government officials often ask if there are sufficient numbers of people registered in iris biometric databases. It’s a good question as larger databases enable officials to identify and verify more people. Admittedly, iris-based system enrollments lag behind those of fingerprint databases. For decades, fingerprints have been the biometric technology most often used

May 18th, 2020|Blog|

La tecnología de reconocimiento a traves de iris

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYDTpSpv0EY

May 13th, 2020|En Espanol|
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How the “Big Three” Biometrics Compare

By Mohammed Murad In biometrics there is what we call the “big three.” That refers to the three most deployed biometric technologies – iris facial and fingerprint recognition. They are similar in that they are all based on unique measurements of the body, yet they are also very different. The table below looks at those

May 12th, 2020|Blog|