Iris ID introduces iris at distance system
16 September 2013 16:05 GMT

Iris ID introduces iris at distance system

Iris ID Systems is set to introduce the IrisAccess iCAM D1000 during the Biometric Consortium Conference in Tampa, Florida, this week.

Claimed to be the first “Iris at a Distance” camera of its kind, the multi-modal biometric system - designed for use in airports, border control, immigration, law enforcement and various smart biometric ID card applications including drivers licenses and national ID - can capture, verify and enrol iris and face at a distance of approximately 1 metre with its auto-zoom and auto-focus features.

The IrisAccess iCAM is said to be ideal for enrolment and authentication in any industry that can benefit from a biometric boost in access control or identity document creation. An intuitive and easy to use interface with real-time visual feedback allows for even very occasional users of the technology to successfully implement this contactless biometric solution.

As a testament to the long range iris scanner’s versatility, the iCAM D1000 has been selected for airport security measures, providing identity authentication for immigration control at Doha International Airport in Doha, Qatar.