Latest Security Technology on Display at CES 2016
USA TODAY counts down some of the coolest security technology featured in Las Vegas.
LAS VEGAS — CES 2016 is well underway here, and new security technology is on display.
USA TODAY listed off its five favorite security technology exhibits from the event. One of the main highlights came from EyeLock, which enables users to open their ATM, smartphone or computer with their eye as opposed to a password.
“You have to be alive in front of the camera in order for the system to work,” said Anthony Antolino, chief marketing officer for EyeLock.
Be sure to check out the other cool security developments from CES 2016 in the link above, including showings from Ring and others. And watch the video below for more scenes from the event.
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