In late 2003, Martin George teamed up with Professor Don Monro at the University of Bath, England, to research and develop new methods for identity verification and recognition using iris biometrics.
Regarded around the world as the biometric offering the greatest discriminative potential for use in identity checking and management applications on a national or international scale, iris biometrics had at the time just one commercial source of key technology.
For the commercial potential of iris biometrics to be fully realised, there would have to be several competitive suppliers, and so Smart Sensors Ltd became the commercial outlet for the work conducted by Professor Monro and his team.
The activity has focused not only on developing a new commercial source of highly accurate iris biometrics technology, and on how to improve its real-world performance, but has also been delving into some of the human factors issues around their successful use with potentially disadvantaged population groups.
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