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Total security through iris scan

Total security through iris scan
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Biomatiques Identification Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (Biomatiques) launched India’s first iris recognition technology through their range of iris scanning products at Taj Krishna on Friday. The company is the first to receive the prestigious Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC) for their iris scanners from the STQC Directorate,

Biomatiques Identification Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (Biomatiques) launched India’s first iris recognition technology through their range of iris scanning products at Taj Krishna on Friday. The company is the first to receive the prestigious Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC) for their iris scanners from the STQC Directorate, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DEITY), New Delhi. The robust iris technology is the most trusted form of identity authentication and as affordable as finger print technology.

Tamaal Roy, CEO, Biomatiques, said, “Our indigenisation has helped us bring down the cost of iris authentication to match fingerprint authentication. With our vision of total security, we aim to completely replace fingerprint authentication which is error-prone. The applications for this technology are varied, and we are expecting this price revolution to change the security mindset in India and the globe completely.

(From left) Tamaal Roy – CEO ,Biomatiques, Umesh Panchal – VP, Business Development and Pratik Patel – VP Global System Integration launching eParakh IRIS scanner at the event

The awarded STQC Department of IT allows connection of our iris scanners to the Aadhaar database also.” Iris recognition method is an automated form of biometric identification that uses mathematical pattern-recognition techniques on video images of one or both of the irises of an individual's eyes. An iris-recognition algorithm can identify up to 250 identification points including rings, furrows and freckles within the iris. Some of these iris scanners can capture the iris image from a distance of two metres and authenticate.

“The cost and security advantage has been the core of our development for over two years. Matching iris technology costs to the currently available fingerprint recognition technology will cause a revolution in the field of biometric authentication and allow everyone to be more secure without extra cost,” Roy averred.

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