EyeAllow’s User Identification Options in One Edge Device


Princeton Identity Inc., provider of the fastest, simplest, and most secure biometric security systems on the market, announced the launch of EyeAllow™, a sleek, compact, enhanced performance and highly flexible user authentication edge device that supports the broadest range of modalities within a single unit. These include iris and face biometrics, RFID cards, high-frequency smartcards, mobile credentials, biometrics-on cards, and PIN codes. Designed for use with Princeton Identity’s Identity Server and Iris On the Move product suite, the EyeAllow brings heightened security, speed, and convenience to access control, time and attendance, and point-of-sale applications, and may be used in conjunction with solutions from many industry-leading manufacturers.

EyeAllow is ideal for use in environments requiring highly accurate, positive identification and fast throughput, including college and corporate campuses, data centers, critical infrastructure, medical facilities, manufacturing plants, financial institutions, and more. By combining modalities for multifactor authentication, the unit provides a simple-to-deploy solution that complies with even the most stringent security requirements. The company’s patented iris identification algorithm can accurately differentiate between millions of unique users and is currently used in high-profile installations throughout the Middle East, including passenger screening at Dubai International Airport.

The PoE+ interface simplifies installation, allowing for power and communication over a single connection. The device is equally user-friendly. Advanced iris recognition can identify individuals wearing masks, glasses, sunglasses, and other protective gear, and a built-in proximity sensor allows for hands-free operation. The same device performs user enrollment, identification, and verification and can store up to 6000 user profiles locally with at-rest data encryption to support continued authentication even in the event of a network outage.

“EyeAllow represents a significant addition to our lineup of edge devices designed to work with our company’s Identity Server and Iris On the Move platform,” said Bobby Varma, Princeton Identity CEO and Co-Founder. “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 also be welcomed by customers who prioritize convenience and flexibility. No other single device offers so many ways for users to engage with identification technology.”

EyeAllow will be included in Princeton Identity’s Solution-as-a-Service (SaaS) pricing model. There is no upfront purchase required for software or hardware. Monthly licensing fees include product support, warranty, and maintenance for the duration of the SaaS contract. “Our customers have expressed a strong preference for SaaS, as such solutions are easier to manage, have a lower total-cost-of-ownership, and mitigate risk,” Varma adds.

Visitors to Intersect Dubai, January 16-18, 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre will be the first to see EyeAllow™ in action. The device will be on display at ScreenCheck Middle East, Stand SA-K11. General product availability is scheduled for early Q2, 2024.

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