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Iris ID Hires Seyit Ali Kaya as New Regional Manager

Cranbury, N.J. USA ­ March 1, 2022 – Iris ID, a leading provider of iris recognition technology, today announced that Seyit Ali Kaya has joined the company as the regional manager for operations in Turkey, surrounding countries and Eastern Europe. He is responsible for sales to the Turkish government and other large enterprise projects and

March 2nd, 2022|Press Release|

National Sheriffs’ Association Winter Conference

At the NSA Winter Conference in Washington, DC, you can join high-level leadership from federal agencies, members of Congress, and very active sheriffs who come together to explore current legislation, learn about relevant topics, and explore trending technologies and products. (more info)

February 5th, 2022|
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Airports are already using biometrics

Part 3 by Mohammed Murad Biometrics technologies provide various choices, typically divided into behavioral or physiological categories. Behavioral biometrics might measure how a person walks, talks, signs a signature or types on a keyboard. More commonly used physiological measurements include scans of a person’s fingerprints, facial structure and iris, the colored ring around the pupil.

February 3rd, 2022|Blog, News|

Reducing time in airports

By Mohammed Murad It’s no secret that air travel is way down from pre-pandemic days by about 60%. Although pleasure travelers are returning, business travels are not.  While the latter group accounts for only one in eight tickets sold, it accounts for up to 75% of airline revenue. Winning them back is a challenge facing

January 20th, 2022|Blog|

Iris ID’s New Identity Authentication Readers Speed Travel

Self-service iCAM D2000 and IrisBar are ideal for airports, border crossings and more  Cranbury, N.J. USA – January 17, 2022 – Quickly and conveniently moving large numbers of people through airports, across borders or accessing many other locations will be easier with two new Iris ID IrisAccess™ products – the iCAM D2000 and the IrisBar

January 17th, 2022|Press Release|

Regaining Air Travelers

The first in a four-part series on how biometrics can help air travel recovery from the effects of the pandemic By Mohammed Murad When will global commercial airline traffic return to its pre-pandemic days? According to the International Air Transport Association, the number of passengers flying in 2020 decreased by more than 60%1 compared to

January 6th, 2022|Blog|

Time to Make PIV Cards Universal in Federal Facilities

Second of a three-part series By Mohammed Murad Getting into a federal building or gaining access to a logical device isn't as easy today as in the early 2000s. Now, more than five million federal employees and contractors carry high-security Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards at many departments and agencies.  The cards, featuring embedded biometrics,

October 5th, 2021|Blog|

Iris ID Looks at Growing Federal Government Use of Iris Biometrics

Cranbury, N.J. – Sept. 22, 2021 – Learn how the federal government is using iris biometrics for the collection of personal identity and authentication data by joining Iris ID, the global leader in iris recognition technology for 20 years, at Connect: ID 2021, Oct. 5-6 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. Agencies

September 22nd, 2021|Press Release|
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How to Incorporate Biometrics Into a Client’s Security Plan

Technology advances have made using humans’ unique physical differences a more viable means of access control. With a pandemic to consider, fınd out which methods make the most sense. September 13, 2021   by Mohammed Murad   Integrators are faced with ever-increasing choices when it comes to access control. The security industry has a half-century of

September 14th, 2021|News|

Demand for iris recognition-based access control skyrocketing

By Mohammed Murad The demand for access control technology is skyrocketing, according to a new market research report by the international market research firm, FMI. And biometric solutions top the list, with iris recognition-based systems expected to post the largest jump in demand. FMI estimates total worldwide access control market revenue of USD 15.3 billion

September 7th, 2021|Blog|