January 28, 2015 -
Iris ID Systems announced that it has won two awards at the Government Security News’ 2014 Homeland Security Awards.
Iris ID received awards for the best biometric identification solution provider in the category of physical security products and solutions for its IrisAccess and iData series of iris recognition access control and identification hardware and software products.
“Iris ID has proven itself to be a standout leader in IRIS-based ID authentication, with products that provide high integrity mass enrollment applications, physical access security airports, national ID programs, secure border crossings, data centers, biometric labs, hazmat environments and other critical infrastructure applications,” said Adrian Courtenay, managing partner and CEO of GSN.
Award winners in the program were selected by a panel of security experts that included Xerox VP of Homeland Security Chuck Brooks, MacDonnell Group CEO Ralston MacDonnell, and Janice Kephart, a subject matter expert in access control and identification, immigration and border security and other sectors of Homeland Security, who also founded the Secure Identity and Biometrics Association.
“We are proud to be selected as winner of two GSN Awards in 2014 for Best Biometric Identification / Authentication Facility in Airport, Seaport and Border Security Awards Program and Best Biometric Identification Solution Provider of Physical Security Products and Solutions for Homeland Security Award Program.
“These two awards endorse the strength of our product line in the security market and our strategic vision for innovation, while serving our customers needs in a dynamically changing security landscape,” said Iris ID CEO Charles Koo. “At Iris ID, we strive to enable greater adoption of iris recognition across multiple sectors by leveraging the accuracy and non-contact nature of iris biometrics in application of mobility, identity management and cloud capabilities to best address our customer’s evolving requirements.”
Previously reported, Iris ID Systems announced that its iris recognition system — IrisAccess platform iCAM T10 and IrisAccelerator — is now integrated with Electoral Services International’s biometric voter registration.