Dollar-Sized Iris-Biometrics System Set for Release in New Year
NEW YORK — Hoyos Corp., a Puerto Rico-based biometrics R&D firm, will soon add its EyeSwipe-Nano, an iris scanning device, to its suite of identity management products.
Roughly the size of a dollar bill, the scanner can capture the irises of people from a distance and in motion at a rate of 20 people per minute, according to the company. The product, which the company maintains is more accurate and secure than other access control systems, will be commercially available during the first quarter of 2011.
“The EyeSwipe-Nano will provide Pentagon-level security at price levels that any current or prospective user of card access such as property managers, financial institutions, manufacturers, retailers, REIT or individual building owners can afford,” says Hector Hoyos, CEO, Hoyos Corp.
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