EyeLock intros iris authentication reference designs for IoT device integration

December 13, 2016 - 

EyeLock LLC has introduced three reference designs architected specifically for high volume OEM integration, addressing the rapidly increasing demand for iris authentication solutions across a wide range of IoT devices and broad applications.

The company will exhibit the three reference design modules and other solutions at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 5 to 8 from the VOXX International booth.

The modules are self-contained hardware and software systems for iris enrollment and authentication that can be customized based on the specifications of individual applications.

EyeLock’s iris authentication technology provides maximum flexibility by offering reference designs that have processing and illumination configurations that are either on-board or host-based.

Novetta, a leader in advanced analytics technology and independent biometric testing, has “>validated EyeLock’s algorithm performance capabilities for speed and accuracy as being unmatched in the market.

The reference designs have working distance capabilities of up to 60 cm with a false accept rate of 1 in 1.5 million for single eye authentication and a false reject rate of less than 1%.

EyeLock’s iris authentication technology provides improved convenience, security, and biometric accuracy, analyzing more than 240 unique iris characteristics.

As one of the only biometric companies in the world to own and control the entire software and algorithm stack, EyeLock provides patented approaches to dual-eye authentication.

“The biometrics market is expected to grow to more than $40 billion by 2021 with iris authentication technology leading the next wave of adoption,” said Anthony Antolino, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer of EyeLock. “EyeLock is very well-positioned to benefit from this extraordinary market growth. The introduction of our reference designs enables EyeLock to significantly expand partnership and licensing opportunities and satisfy demand from diverse market segments.”

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