Iris ID, the global leader in iris recognition technology for over 20 years, will showcase its top products for law enforcement agencies at the National Sheriff's Association's Annual Conference and Exhibition, June 22-24 at the Phoenix Convention Center. Iris ID will occupy booth #114. The annual conference is an opportunity for the members of the
What is the size of the iris biometric template? A non-encrypted iris biometric template is 512 bytes in length. When encrypted the iris template is approximately 603 bytes in size. The iData software typically will create and store two iris templates (right and left illuminated) for each eye (4 iris templates per user). If stored
How to locate serial numbers for Iris ID product line. Download document Serial number FAQ.pdf below.
Enrollment tips to achieve best possible identification at remote units. View the attached document for information regarding best practices when enrolling a user. File Attachment(s): Iris ID identification enrollment tips.pdf (File size:45.7KB)
Iris Recognition is sometimes confused with Retinal Scanning which causes undo concern about eye safety issues. How can the differences between Iris Recognition and Retinal Scanning be explained to new users? Enrollers can use the attached slides during the enrollment process to educate new users on the differences between Retinal Scanning and Iris Recognition.
Iris Recognition is sometimes confused with Retinal Scanning which causes undo concern about eye safety issues. How can the differences between Iris Recognition and Retinal Scanning be explained to new users? Iris Recognition is sometimes confused with Retinal Scanning which is the biometric often shown in the movies where a bright light is shined into
Iris Recognition uses a camera which is similar to that in a home video camcorder to capture an image of the Iris. The Iris is the colored ring around the pupil of the eye and is the only internal organ visible from outside the body. This allows for a non intrusive method of capturing an