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By Steve Perna Steve Perna at 9:00 AM PDT, Mon Apr 13, 2015

New product innovation is as much about making advanced technology accessible to a broader market as it is about adding wow-factor features. Iris authentication—once a niche component of high-end security systems—will debut in compact, cost-competitive form factors at this year’s ISC West security industry trade show.

SRI International will demonstrate several new Iris on the Move®-powered solutions, including an iris biometric-embedded B2B tablet and an iris-activated...

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