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Princeton Identity unveils first product under its new name

April 11, 2017Spencer Ives

LAS VEGAS—At ISC West 2017 Princeton Identity showcased its new IOM Access200, its first offering following the company's August 2016 spin-off from SRI International.“Our main goal is to make security convenient, and we think we're accomplishing that and to make it affordable for the end user,” Princeton Identity CEO Mark Clifton told Security Systems News.The IOM Access200 will have face and iris recognition capabilities, as well as RFID or NFC technology and a five-inch touch...

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SRI Identity becomes Princeton Identity

August 31, 2016Spencer Ives

PRINCETON, N.J.—Princeton Identity, formerly SRI Identity, on Aug. 29 announced its separation from SRI International, launching as an independent company.“We basically have taken the entire biometrics line of business [from SRI], with the people, and spun that out into Princeton Identity,” Mark Clifton, CEO of Princeton Identity, told Security Systems News. The spin-off will help the company focus on completing its next generation of products, he said.Princeton Identity manufactures...

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Biometrics access control: not perfect, but possibly inevitable

May 27, 2015Kenneth Z. Chutchian

YARMOUTH, Maine—Biometrics is the present and the future of access control. Some integrators and manufacturers of facial, iris and fingerprint recognition systems talk as if the markets are growing so fast that cards and keys may seem as old-school as paper checks. Others, however, caution that end users still need time to digest what is happening and what's ahead.John Aksoy, president and CEO of Plugout, a technology integration-solutions firm based in New York City, said, “It's definitely...

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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,...

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