05/20/2014 - SRI International Sarnoff of Menlo Park, California, offers a new solution for integrating biometric identification into existing security systems. The IOM PassPort SL delivers the free flow and proven performance of Iris on the Move (IOM) technology in a flexible design. The versatile system includes face capture and dual-iris recognition components and can be integrated directly into existing turnstiles, infrastructures, and entrances. Individuals are identified as they walk through the system. With a processing speed of 30 people per minute and the accuracy of biometric identification, the system is ideal for high-volume security applications.
10/25/2013 - Fulcrum Biometrics of San Antonio, Texas, now offers the Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein sensor bundled with new FbF Palm Vein bioServer and developer tools for fast, easy development of biometric solutions.
09/30/2013 - SwipeClock of Salt Lake City, Utah, has extended its line of timekeeping solutions by adding the Schlage biometric HandPunch GT-400 from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies of Carmel, Indiana.
02/25/2012 - MorphoTrack, Inc., of Alexandria, Virginia, has introduced the MorphoAccess VP Series, a range of physical access control terminals that integrate multimodal technology combining finger vein and fingerprint biometrics. The technology offers security and accuracy that outperform single-mode devices.
04/23/2011 - Morpho of Paderborn, Germany, part of the Safran Group, announced the EAL5+ Common Criteria certification of its Ideal Citiz smart card by the Network and Information Security Agency in France.
03/29/2011 - Hoyos Corporation of San Juan, Puerto Rico, has added a new, smaller iris-scanning device to its suite of identity management products. The EyeSwipe-Nano can capture iris images from 20 people per minute—individuals glance at the aunit as they walk toward it.
10/21/2010 - ZK Software of Piscataway, New Jersey, has introduced a dual biometric reader, which can verify a person’s identity by face, fingerprint, RFID card, or PIN in less than two seconds. The iFace can store up to 10,000 fingerprints, 700 face templates, and 100,000 transactions.
09/29/2010 - Northrop Grumman Corporation of Reston, Virginia, has developed BioTRAC, a rugged, portable identity management system for secure and efficient multimodal biometrics collection in the field.