Iris / Eye Recognition

The human eye offers a number of opportunities for biometric identification. This includes measurements of the iris, eye veins and retina. Systems using eye scanning, typically for iris recognition, are widely deployed for identification and verification at government and law enforcement levels, but are also beginning to make a mark in the mobile authentication and access control spaces. Find iris and eye vein recognition solutions here..

 

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