Approximately the size of a dollar bill, the EyeSwipe-Nano iris scanning access control system by Puerto Rico-based Hoyos Corp. can capture the irises of people from a distance and in motion at a rate of 20 people per minute, according to the company.
SSI Staff · December 12, 2010
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.
December 09, 2010
A Q&A session addresses code compliance challenges associated with projected beam smoke detectors, annunciators and keypads.
By Al Colombo · December 06, 2010
Having previously supported the use of biometrics in the federal government E-Verify program, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has released a set of recommendations to implement the technology in an effort to protect individual privacy and prevent identity theft ...
November 21, 2010
The Security Industry Association (SIA) is disputing a report by the National Research Council (NRC) that criticizes biometrics, stating that the study relies on data that is several years old and provides no new insights into the use of the technology ...
November 15, 2010
Lumidigm, a multispectral imaging biometrics company, was awarded the 2010 New Product Innovation of the Year Award for fingerprint biometrics by research firm Frost & Sullivan ...
November 09, 2010
With the release of its Privacy Framework last month, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has in effect issued a clarion call to industry stakeholders to join efforts in stemming government privacy policies that threaten the use of electronic security technologies.
By Rodney Bosch · September 28, 2010
The Security Industry Association (SIA) is opposing legislation that would sharply restrict the use of biometric technology in Alaska ...
August 17, 2010
Increasingly, hand readers are helping end-user organizations complement or eliminate key and card systems. Find out where the technology is in widespread use to better understand what market niche opportunities are available to you.
August 03, 2010
Sales of electronic security products and systems in the United States are expected to increase 9.3 percent each year to $17 billion in 2014, according to a new study by market research firm Freedonia Group Inc.
July 27, 2010