One of North America’s largest security trade shows, GSX (Global Security Exchange) is coming Sept. 10-12 to Chicago’s McCormick Place. And Iris ID will be there exhibiting many of our iris recognition solutions for connectivity, integration and mobility. We’ll be showing how our Iris ID IrisAccess® 7000 platform connects multiple sites to provide a state-of-the-art
by Mohammed Murad Accuracy, speed and the ability to seamlessly integrate with payroll software has made Iris ID technology a favorite for time and attendance solutions around the world. Hand-written time sheets and mechanical time clocks are prone to many fraudulent practices. One is known as buddy punching in which an employee clocks in or
By Mohammed Murad Growing numbers of citizens in African nations from Algeria to Zimbabwe carry national ID cards to obtain social services, to vote, get a passport, register for school or access other public and private services. However, this is not just an African trend. A major international consulting firm estimates nearly half of the
Face2Face Africa Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote has employed iris technology to check the time and attendance of over 30,000 cement division employees at his Dangote Cement factories in five countries in the continent. One of the largest industrial conglomerates in Africa, the Dangote Group chose iris recognition to enroll and authenticate employees in Nigeria,
It’s that time of year again. The International Security Conference will be held April 10-12 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas. Billed as the largest converged security industry trade show in the U.S., ISC West 2019 is expected to attract more than 1,000 exhibitors and 30,000 security professionals. Product and technology displays will include
One measurement of a security component’s overall value is its versatility. That’s where iris-based biometric technology really shines. Iris-based solutions have long been recognized as the most accurate of biometric technologies. However, for years they were used largely to authenticate identity, often with an access control card, at doors in high-value government and enterprise locations.
Iris-based biometric technology provides a fast, easy-to-use and safe identity authentication system. It’s also widely recognized as the most accurate of the biometric technologies. It takes only few seconds or so to enroll in an iris database. It begins with a person standing about 15 to 50 inches (35cm to 1 meter) in front of