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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, at Border Patrol Headquarters.  Mr. Thompson and his team have modernized the Border Patrol’s processing and biometric systems, continuously improving these systems based on the needs of the end-users and situational workloads.  Nationwide, Mr. Thompson deploys, and trains field Agents in the use of, current biometric technologies, as well as processing, targeting and intelligence systems.  Some of his more notable accomplishments include overseeing the development of Border Patrol’s mobile biometric collection device, e3 Mobile, and the implementation of Border Patrol’s DNA collection efforts for the FBI’s Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).


By |January 24th, 2022|Iris ID Radio|
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Year in Review: Iris ID’s Mohammed Murad Talks About the Increased Interest in Iris Recognition

In this year in review FindBiometrics and Mobile ID World founder Peter O’Neill speaks with Iris ID’s Mohammed Murad about the rising in interest around iris recognition technology and its increased use in the healthcare industry. The interview also takes a deep dive into the use of iris recognition in the enterprise. And it looks at the future of the technology and digital identity.

By |March 9th, 2021|Iris ID Radio|
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ISC West Presents: Enabling Digital Transformation with Biometrics and Mobile ID

This is a special episode of ID Talk. Susan is joined by BioConnect CTO and CISO Courtney Gibson, BIO-key CEO and Chairman Mike DePasquale, and Iris ID Business Development Manager Tom DeWinter to discuss the fraud threats facing businesses as they rush to enable digital transformation safely, and how biometrics and mobile ID technologies enable it.

It’s a fascinating conversation that delves into some of the most critical identity and access issues facing businesses of all sizes.

By |October 13th, 2020|Iris ID Radio|

Large African Industrial Conglomerate Uses Iris ID for Time-And-Attendance

Nigeria-based Dangote Group, one of  the largest industrial conglomerates on the African continent, uses Iris ID technology to track hours for its more than 30,000 cement workers in five different countries.

By |June 7th, 2019|Iris ID Radio|

Real Time Networks Use Iris ID Technology to Secure High-Value Assets

High-value items like keys to corporate vehicles, evidence kits in a police station or specialized medical equipment require extra protection. And when they’re checked out organizations need to know – in real time – where that asset is located and who’s using it. A British Columbia company’s developed a line of cabinet, locker and tracking solutions, using Iris ID technology, designed to handle those needs. Shannon Arnold, vice president of marketing for Real Time Networks, explains why the company’s KeyTracer cabinets and AssetTracer Smart Lockers are popular with many organizations.


By |January 2nd, 2019|Iris ID Radio|

InVision Iris Recognition Time Clock


U.S. companies may lose up to $373 million annually to just one payroll scam known as buddy punching. It’s a real problem. Paychex, a leading provider of payroll, HR and related services, recently installed Iris ID biometric readers in its latest time and attendance system to increase accuracy, speed and eliminate buddy punching at the time clock.

Josh Mazza, Paychex product manager, discusses how the new system works.







By |June 12th, 2018|Iris ID Radio|

Canada Border Services Agency’s NEXUS Program Uses Iris Recognition

NexusNew biometrics technology increases safety and allow for quicker Canada—U.S. crossings.  Iris ID in collaboration with IBM (NYSE:IBM) provides iris recognition technology to the Canada Border Services Agency’s NEXUS program.

The biometric technology will improve security and expedite border clearance processes between Canada and the U.S. Enrolled travelers can now clear customs by simply looking into a camera that uses the eye’s iris as proof of identity. Members benefit from expedited security screening lines in preclearance areas at dedicated immigration lanes at more than 100 participating U.S. airports.

By |February 7th, 2017|Iris ID Radio|

Georgia Southern University adds Iris Readers

GeorgiaSouthernStudentAt Georgia Southern University students pay for their meal in the two dining commons using a iris-based authentication system. The commons’ iris-based ID authentication system became so popular with students the university recently added an Iris reader to access the campus’ recreation center. Since the first Iris ID reader was installed in August 2013, the systems has been used more than 3 million times.

The Iris recognition technology eliminated the use of cards and became popular because of the speed and accuracy.

By |September 7th, 2016|Iris ID Radio|