Eyelock rolls out myris for enrollment and portable template solution

April 6, 2016 - 

This week at ISC West in Las Vegas, iris biometrics firm EyeLock is launching a new portable template solution and myris for enrollment applications.

EyeLock’s introduction of an iris portable template solution provides nano NXT users the option to store templates on an EV1 smartcard (one user per card). According to a statement by the company, the portable template solution delivers next-level security, with increased convenience and mobility.

nano NXT is EyeLock’s iris-based access control solution that authenticates up to 20 people per minute, in-motion and at-a-distance with unparalleled accuracy.

The portable template supports large and widely dispersed user populations without the need to manage large iris template databases. The portable template is ideal for environments where privacy laws prohibit creating biometric databases, and simplifies consumer applications, including ATMs and bus and rail transportation.

myris is a USB powered iris identitfication device, and is now available as a low-cost enrollment device for EyeLock’s access control solutions. myris easily connects to a PC via USB, enabling organizations to deploy multiple enrollment stations in a cost-effective way.

“The availability of portable template and myris for enrollment is an important part of our strategy,” said Anthony Antolino, chief marketing and business development officer at EyeLock. “Iris access control is fast becoming a critical component of enterprise security and EyeLock’s expanded suite of products makes it more cost-effective and convenient for integrators and end-users to implement.”

Earlier this month, EyeLock entered into a partnership with PSA Security Network that will see PSA integrators able to offer EyeLock’s iris biometrics products to their vast customer base.

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