International Biometric Group announces new release of State of Iris Recognition Technology Report

Sensor Review

ISSN: 0260-2288

Article publication date: 1 September 2004

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(2004), "International Biometric Group announces new release of State of Iris Recognition Technology Report", Sensor Review, Vol. 24 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/sr.2004.08724cab.005

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2004, Emerald Group Publishing Limited


International Biometric Group announces new release of State of Iris Recognition Technology Report

International Biometric Group announces new release of State of Iris Recognition Technology Report

Keywords: Biometrics, Iris recognition

The report offers in-depth analysis of Iridian's core technology and the Iris recognition industry in general. The report focuses in particular on the use of Iris recognition technology in access control, PC/network access, and identification systems, and compares it to competing technologies such as fingerprint, facial recognition and hand geometry.

The report also analyzes Iris recognition performance data from testing conducted both by Iridian and International Biometric Group, and it delves into key issues such as the scalability and processing requirements, the privacy impact, and the inherent limitations of Iris recognition technology.

The 44-page “State of Iris Recognition Technology” report can be purchased for $4995. The report can be purchased online at www.biometricgroup.com/reports/rpt_iris.html, where the table of contents of the report can be reviewed prior to purchase.

IBG's reports are written by biometric experts with years of hands-on experience testing and deploying all leading biometric systems in real-world environments. This provides report purchasers – both novice and expert – with unique insights into issues critical to biometric deployment, investment, and product development.

Other IBG biometric technology and application reports include:

  • state of biometric technology standards;

  • state of fingerprint technology;

  • state of facial recognition technology;

  • biometrics and smart cards;

  • multimodal biometrics;

  • biometrics and privacy: assessing deployment and technology risks; and

  • use of biometric technologies in MRTD issuance and border entry/exit systems

For more information on these reports and others, visit the Web site: www.biometricgroup.com/newreports.htm.