The unique human iris patterns have completely developed when an individual is only ten months old and remain stable throughout an individual’s life.
It's hardly possible for any two irises among 7 billion people in the world to have the same feature codes.
Iris recognition technology can be easily integrated to existing security systems or can work as an independent system.
Very unique iris images are captured under infrared light, which will be hardly lost, stolen or forged.
Iris images are captured 20cm away from the subject with no contact, leaving no chance of spreading bacteria and viruses. Compared with other non-contact biological features such as face and vocal print, iris can offer higher accuracy.
Extremely faint infrared light is used for capturing iris images, causing less stimulation on eyes than sunlight and leaving no safety problems.