Iris ID exhibiting new iris readers at ASIS 2015

September 28, 2015 - 

Iris ID has announced its new IrisAccess iCAM 7000S Series readers, which delivers a variety of upgrades to the popular iris recognition system. The company is introducing the new series at the ASIS 2015 conference in Anaheim this week.

The new iCAM iris readers deliver faster performance, increased features, applications, and greater integration flexibility. They provide onboard memory of 100,000 records, and improved flexibility and interaction with a color touchscreen available.

iCAM 7000S units feature the robust countermeasure package experts say already sets the industry standard, according to Iris ID, and all models are fully backward-compatible with previous iCAM series model deployments.

“We are committed to continuing to set the industry standard for iris recognition technology,” said Iris ID President and CEO Charles Koo, noting that the IrisAccess 7000S Series offers features unavailable from any other iris system.

“A larger targeting mirror with auto-focus lens assures rapid, high quality iris acquisition for enrollment and recognition. An advanced, targeting aid, TiltAssist is part of an intuitive and interactive interface that also includes customizable voice prompts and visual feedback. The TiltAssist feature provides auto alignment of the iris reader with the user’s eyes further enhancing the authentication and non-contact experience.”

The iCAM 7000S series initially consists of two models, the iCAM 7101S and iCAM 7111-U1, with multiple card reader options, a pop-up on-screen pin pad. The new units extend the IrisAccess platform’s capabilities by offering expanded multifactor solutions and new embedded HID SE readers.

Both models will be available for shipment on October 1.

Previously reported, Iris ID’s iCAM7100 iris recognition time and attendance solution was recently deployed at the Ingenio Azucarero Injiboa sugar mill in San Vicente, El Salvador.

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