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EyeLock taking orders for indoor/outdoor iris reader at CES


EyeLock is showcasing a biometric access control product that is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use this week at CES 2019.

According to the announcement, the new nanoEXT is rated for operation in extreme temperatures, severe weather, and all levels of light. The device is dust- and water-resistant, vandal-resistant, features automatic height-adjusting capabilities and allows for accurate iris authentication at a standoff distance of 16-32 inches in under two seconds.

“We are excited to begin taking orders for the nanoEXT and firmly believe that its unique ability to authenticate in both indoor and outdoor environments makes it a powerful addition to the EyeLock product portfolio,” said Jeff Carter, CEO of EyeLock. “The nanoEXT combined with our nanoNXT, will deliver unprecedented levels of security that cannot be duplicated by other biometric offerings including fingerprint and facial recognition, for any access point whether indoor or outdoor.”

EyeLock also announced at CES the integration of its iris authentication technology into a smart rear-view mirror with camera and AI, developed by 360fly for the law enforcement and public safety sectors.

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