Products + Solutions

Iris on the Move® Biometric Identification Systems

security guard identifying drivers with the IOM RapID-Cam II camera

Award-winning Iris on the Move® (IOM) biometric systems combine the unprecedented accuracy of iris recognition with a quick, convenient solution for secure access control and identity authentication. Unlike other biometric readers that require users to stop or to position their eyes close to a camera, IOM products allow people to simply glance and go.

SRI offers a complete line of easy-to-use, indoor/outdoor biometric enrollment and recognition products. IOM systems perform iris recognition effortlessly at a distance and on the move in all lighting conditions.

Product Suite

RapID-Cam II handheld device

This ruggedized, handheld device allows for simple biometric enrollment and identification anywhere in the field. The RapID-Cam II camera can capture dual-iris and facial images up to eighteen inches away—putting a comfortable distance between the user and the subject.

IOM N-Glance iris reader

An easy-to-use, modular identity-verification system for access control. The system allows users to network any number of iris readers to enforce secure access throughout a facility or campus.

PassThru image

A drive-up iris biometric system for vehicle entry points. The IOM PassThru system extends the use of identity authentication to the perimeter. Easy-to-use and automated, the biometric system can efficiently replace RFID cards, passcodes, or security guards at the gate.

IOM PassPort SL system illuminators and camera cabinet

A convenient, walk-through biometric system that can be integrated directly into existing turnstiles, infrastructures, or entrances. Ideal for high-traffic applications such as airports and corporate lobbies, this product delivers uncompromising identification without delay.

News & Events

Security Info Watch, Apr 4, 2014

As more and more organizations seek answers to identification management and credentialing problems, biometrics is enjoying a resurgence as a mainstream solution. Iris recognition has emerged as a technology of choice for many enterprise and critical infrastructure facilities.