Morpho launches long-distance iris recognition device

October 3, 2013 - 

Morpho has announced the launch of a new product, the Morpho IAD (Iris at a Distance), which the company says is capable of capturing iris images at a distance of one metre.

According to the company, the IAD combines both iris and face capture, and can collect iris images at a distance of one metre in a second. This, says Morpho, makes it the fastest device available on the market.

“Innovation is in Morpho’s DNA – that is why we constantly develop disruptive technologies to meet ever-evolving security needs” Philippe Petitcolin, Chairman & CEO said. Our teams have worked hard for the past few years to accomplish this technological feat and we are thrilled to be launching the market’s fastest and most advanced iris capture device.”

MorphoTrust USA, a subsidiary of Morpho, was recently given top marks for its iris identification technologies, by a NIST evaluation. According to the company, Morpho’s technology proved to be the most accurate and among the fastest for iris recognition.

Morpho will unveil its new IAD device at GITEX 2013 in Dubai from October 20 – 24

Reported previously, Morpho has also recently launched a new fingerprint identification terminal, the MorphoAccess SIGMA series, aimed at access control and time and attendance applications.

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