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Big year ahead for biometrics

February 1, 2017Paul Ragusa, Editor

LOUISVILLE, Colo.—Biometrics are coming of age, and 2017 has the potential to be a big year for the continued adoption of biometric technologies, according to Acuity Market Intelligence, which released its "Ten Top Trends for Biometrics and Digital Identity" for 2017 this week. "Biometrics and digital identity are often perceived as threats to privacy and security," Maxine Most, Principal of Acuity Market intelligence said in the announcement.. "However, taken together these technologies have...

Acuity Market Intelligence, biometrics, blaine frederick, Cloud, Cloud+, EyeLock, Iris, Jeff Kohler, TechSec


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Commercial

TycoIS partnering with EyeLock to enhance biometric offerings

August 31, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

BOCA RATON, Fla.—Tyco Integrated Security, a national security systems integrator based here, will partner with EyeLock LLC, a company that specializes in iris-based identity authentication solutions, to offer iris identity authentication technology to its customers.“We support all of the biometric technology out there today, but what I really like about the iris identification technology is that it is no-touch, which I think is becoming more and more important for our customers today,”...

Anthony Antolino, EyeLock, Joe Oliveri, TycoIS


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General News

The Battle of the Body Parts: Which biometric will prevail?

May 31, 2016Spencer Ives

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Representatives of four different forms of biometric identification—facial recognition, iris scan, fingerprint, and hand geometry—each made a case for their biometric being most prevalent in the future at TechSec Solutions 2016.The winner, chosen by a panel of four Security Systems News “20 under 40” Class of 2015 award winners, was iris scan.Manish Dalal, general manager of ZKAccess, represented fingerprint technologies. ZK Access is a division of...

Allegion, biometrics, blaine frederick, EyeLock, Jeff Sebek, Manish Dalal, Ray Coulombe, SecuritySpecifiers.com, Stone Lock Global, Susie Osowski


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TechSec educational program announced

December 21, 2015Spencer Ives

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—TechSec Solutions, the industry's premiere conference dedicated to new and emerging security technologies, announced its lineup of educational sessions for 2016.The conference will take place at the Delray Beach Marriot here Feb. 2-3.The first session will be “Biometrics: Battle of the body parts.” Moderator Ray Coulombe of Security Specifiers will take a look at four leading technologies—facial recognition, eye scan, fingerprint, and hand geometry. Then,...

Allegion. Jeremy Brecher, Ashley Ditta, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, blaine frederick, Brigham & Women's Faulkner Hospital, Chris Peckham, Christopher C. Moore, Colleen Dunlap, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Diebold Security


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General News

Integrators eye iris recognition once more

September 17, 2013Martha Entwistle

YARMOUTH, Maine—Iris recognition technology is highly reliable and it's been available for years. But until recently, it's also been high priced and a technology that some people are uncomfortable interacting with. As a result, iris recognition's use in recent years has been limited to high-security locations such as hospital laboratories and data centers or niche applications where other biometrics, such as fingerprint, won't work.However, as prices plunge and the technology becomes less invasive,...

blaine frederick, EyeLock, iom, iris recognition, iris scanners, Jim Coleman, john nemorovsky, mark clifton, Matthew Ladd, operational security systems


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On The Editor's Desk

Stanley keeps an eye on access control

March 27, 2013Martha Entwistle

Stanley Security Solutions believes iris recognition technology is going to be the next big thing in access control. On Tuesday, it announced a new partnership with iris biometric provider Eyelock (previously Hoyos). Two years ago Stanely CSS announced a partnership with Hoyos. Here's that story. I spoke to Stanley CSS's John Nemorofsky who explained the difference between the partnership of two years ago and today's announcement. Two years ago, the announcement was Stanley CSS becoming the exclusive...

Blaine Fredericks, EyeLock, global biometrics solutions leader, Hoyos, John Nemorofsky, Stanley CSS, Stanley Security Solutions


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