Sarnoff Corporation unveiled its vehicle drive-through system, the latest application of its Iris on the Move (IOM) biometric identification access control technology. The system’s pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) mechanism allows iris image capture for people inside of vehicles at various heights. The system works outdoors under varied lighting conditions and builds on IOM’s ability to identify stationary and moving subjects. The system eliminates the need for drivers to get out of their car for authentication. Also, the Sarnoff system is interoperable and has been integrated with multiple iris recognition algorithms and platforms.
Sarnoff Corporation Unveils Latest Biometric Technology for Access Control
PRINCETON, N.J. — Sarnoff Corporation today announced the vehicle drive-through system, the newest application of its groundbreaking Iris on the Move (IOM) biometric identification technology. This latest capability provides a powerful, accurate and reliable iris recognition system that captures a person’s iris image while inside of a vehicle.
The vehicle drive-through system builds on IOM’s ability to identify stationary subjects, as well as those in motion.
The system’s pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) mechanism allows iris image capture for people inside of vehicles at various heights. The system works outdoors under varied lighting conditions and is easily adaptable for a variety of uses, such as creating a convenient and more secure checkpoint area.
The Iris on the Move Vehicle Pass-through System provides an added measure of security for high-traffic areas requiring accurate identification, said Sarnoff’s Jim Bergen, Distinguished Member Technical Staff, Advanced Sensing Systems. Whether drivers are entering corporate campuses or government sites, the vehicle drive-through system is a reliable and accurate and convenient way to ensure the right people gain access to secure areas.
Key features of IOM’s vehicle drive-through system include:
High Throughput- The system is easy to use and eliminates the need for drivers to get out of the car or for security guards to approach vehicles with an authentication device. This streamlined operation expedites the authentication process.
Flexibility of Design- Sarnoff’s Iris on the Move uses a modular design concept that makes it easy to customize a system for specific needs and accessibility requirements.
Platform Agnostic- The Sarnoff system is interoperable and has been integrated with multiple iris recognition algorithms and platforms, providing seamless integration to meet a wide variety of security and environmental needs.
About Sarnoff Corporation
Sarnoff Corporation (http://www.sarnoff.com) produces innovations in electronic, video and vision technologies that generate successful new products and services for our government and commercial clients worldwide. Founded in 1942 as RCA Laboratories, Sarnoff makes continuous breakthroughs in ICs, lasers, imaging and sensing devices; biomedical diagnostics; digital TV and video for security, surveillance and entertainment; high-performance networking; and wireless communications Sarnoff is a subsidiary of SRI International.