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  • Iris ID completes installation of biometric technology at CERN
    Iris ID, a provider of iris biometric technology, announced the completion of a new installation of its iris-recognition solution at CERN, a 21-country European research organization operating the world's largest particle physics laboratory located outside Geneva, Switzerland.
    Editor / Provider: Iris ID | Updated: 2016 / 1 / 15
  • Iris ID solution selected by El Salvador sugar mill
    Iris ID, a provider of iris biometric technology, announced its iCAM7100 time and attendance solution has been installed at the Ingenio Azucarero Injiboa sugar mill, in San Vicente, El Salvador. The privately owned company is one of the Central American country's largest sugar mills.
    Editor / Provider: Iris ID | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 7
  • Morpho IAD: The power behind the iris
    Although less well known, Iris recognition is a biometric technique as effective as fingerprints. The launch of the IAD (Iris At a Distance) solution, which can identify a person at a range of more than one meter in less than a second, gives Morpho a great start in this market.
    Editor / Provider: Morpho(Safran) | Updated: 2014 / 3 / 12
  • DDS Integrated Security Protects Korean Currency Plants
    To safeguard its huge amount of currency manufactured and the secret of its manufacturing know-how, the Korean national currency plant implemented an integrated video and access control solution that includes fingerprint and iris biometric readers.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by DDS | Updated: 2009 / 3 / 5
  • U.S. Hotel Pioneers Iris Biometric Solution
    Boston's Nine Zero Hotel is the first hotel in the world to use iris recognition technology. The biometric scan solution was provided by LG Electronics.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 9 / 10
  • The Dawning of Next Generation Government Electronic IDs (Part II of II)
    The use of RFID in government documents will make identification easier, but will also have potential security risks. In the second of two articles, Joseph Pearson, Government Identification Marketing Manager, RFID Systems for Texas Instruments, discusses how technological breakthroughs will protect
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY TEXAS INSTRUMENTS | Updated: 2008 / 3 / 20
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