08 Jan Princeton Identity Inc launches EyeAllow
Princeton Identity Inc has launched its newest user authentication device, EyeAllow, a solution that supports the broadest range of modalities within a single unit.
EyeAllow supports iris and face biometrics, RFID cards, high-frequency smartcards, mobile credentials, biometrics-on cards and PIN codes. Working with Princeton Identity‘s Identity Server and Iris On the Move product suite, it heightens security, speed and convenience to access control, time and attendance.
The company’s patented iris identification algorithm is capable of accurately differentiating between millions of unique users. It is already being use in high profile installations within the Middle Each, including passenger screening at Dubai International Airport.
The advanced specification is able to perform identification even if the person being screen is wearing a mask, sun glasses or other protective equipment. Its built-in proximity sensor also allows for hands-free operation.
Bobby Varma, Princeton Identity CEO and Co-Founder, said: “EyeAllow’s flexibility and affordability make it an obvious choice for customers who, until now, may have assumed biometric identity solutions were warranted only in the most demanding, high-security environments. EyeAllow’s biometric and multifactor authentication makes it ideal for such settings, but this product will be welcomes by customers who prioritise convenience and flexibility.”
Visitors to Intersec Dubai – taking place January 16-18 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre – will be amongst the first to see EyeAllow in action. The device will be displayed at ScreenCheck Middle East on stand SA-K11.