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Mobile Boarding Pass and Iris Identification Demonstration


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Sarnoff
: 20 September, 2010  (New Product)
Innovative airport security technology on show at the Biometric Consortium Conference in Tampa with Sarnoff demonstrating Iris On The Move iris biometrics for use during boarding
Sarnoff has announced a joint live airport security demonstration with Unisys using iris scanning and mobile phones during the Biometric Consortium Conference (BCC) at the Tampa Convention Center from September 21-24.

Sarnoff’s fast and secure biometric identification solution for high-throughput access control, IOM Passport, will be used as part of the demonstration taking place at Sarnoff’s booth #304 and Unisys’ booth #524 during normal show hours.

Participants are asked to register at Unisys’ booth, where they will receive a mock “boarding pass” sent directly to their mobile phone or PDA. They will then have their mobile boarding pass and iris scanned at Sarnoff’s booth, where their identity will be quickly verified.

Sarnoff’s patented Iris on the Move (IOM) biometric identification solution quickly and accurately captures the iris image of subjects as they walk through the system at a standard pace, verifying identities at speeds of up to thirty people per minute. Other iris scanning technologies require users to stop in order to be recognized.

“Unlike other biometric ID systems, Sarnoff’s IOM solutions allow users to move quickly and unobtrusively through access control lines, without pausing,” said Mark Clifton, Sarnoff’s Acting President and Chief Executive Officer. “We’re excited to work with Unisys at this year’s BCC to highlight how our proven biometric technology is ideally suited to airport security and other access control applications where it’s imperative to keep lines moving rapidly.”

IOM is currently deployed in several secure government facilities, private corporations, seaports and airports. The technology is ideal for a wide variety of uses including airport security, banking ID verification, border initiatives, event security, payment systems, and employee access.

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