Iris recognition uses mathematical pattern recognition techniques on video images of the irises of an individual's eyes, whose complex random patterns are unique and can be seen from some distance. The iris recognition uses camera technology which uses both visible and near-infrared light to take a clear, high-contrast picture of a person's iris. With near-infrared light, a person's pupil is very black, making it easy for the computer to isolate the pupil and iris. The iris is a visible but protected structure and it does not change over time, making it ideal for biometric identification The solutions offered provide 1:1 authentication, 1:G and 1:N matching, with interface to access control, logical access and enterprise rights management.
Video image of the iris is stored and analyzed using mathematical pattern and recognition
Iris structure does not change over time
Secure and Customizable
Authentication matching is 1:1, 1:N
Restricted access control, logical access and enterprise rights management