EyeLock showcases integration with enterprise project
01 April 2016 12:33 GMT

Iris recognition firm EyeLock has revealed the availability of its integrations with four security platforms.

 

Iris recognition firm EyeLock has revealed the availability of its integrations with four security platforms, namely Lenel OnGuard, AMAG Symmetry, Pacom GMS, and Software House C-Cure 9000.

These integrations are part of EyeLock's Identity Suite (EIS) and were written entirely using EyeLock's new software development kit (SDK).  The combination of EIS and the new SDK have made it possible to enable and significantly accelerate the onboarding of iris-based identity authentication technology onto a myriad of platforms including access control and IT security. Iris technology is now more efficient and cost-effective than ever before, and EyeLock's solutions are ready to be implemented uniformly on a global basis.

"These crucial developments signify the culmination of a massive software engineering initiative and resource investment within EyeLock, and the result is a platform built to accelerate the integration and unprecedented adoption of our proprietary biometric technology worldwide," said Jeff Carter, Chief Technology Officer for EyeLock. "We could not be more excited about the impact that EIS and our new SDK will now have on our business."

The access control system integrations also enable intelligent onboard memory management within the iris readers.  Utilizing an individual's access control permissions, the system is able to determine and distribute iris templates only to doors which are necessary, maximizing the already industry-leading onboard storage of 20,000 iris templates.

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