The standard MIRLIN SDK has been compiled for Windows XP and Windows Server applications. It can be specified for .NET 2005 or 2008 development environments. There is a simple but flexible API which permits developers to access a range of diagnostics, that can later be omitted for improved speed in the release version of the application.
On a typical PC with 2.0 GHz Dual-core processor, and 1GB DDR RAM, a typical application can achieve template creation in excess of 15 image frames per second. Match speeds are around 450k per second for single template matches.
For Windows CE and LINUX devices and embedded systems, we will create an application library for your target device that mirrors the standard API available in the PC version. Your developers can then make simple function calls to build your end-user iris recognition application.
Typically, image segmentation and template creation takes < 1s, with match speeds ~ 10k/s. This is very much dependent on target CPU, clock and memory.
A specific implementation is now available on TI OMAP processor boards, such as Gumstix, Beagle Board and Real Time Control ICE-TEK board – offering a variety of interface possibilities such as USB, Ethernet/IP and Wiegand control.
We now have Eclipse Code for LINUX and other systems. Please call us for advice about producing software tools for your specific targets.
fully featured toolkit for building iris recognition engines, enrolment and ID management applications that use iris image or template databases excellent ...
Bath Iris Image Database
By paying a small handling fee, you can take have access to 1000 images from 50 eyes with 20 images taken ...
Smart Sensors Ltd offers a wide range of cameras to suit your individual requirements. If you are looking for something not featured on here, why not give us a ...
A software function that reports pupil and iris centres and radii up to 100 times per second. Available for many CPU platforms.
SMART SENSORS makes iris recognition available on Android
Smart Sensors Limited has ported its MIRLIN Iris Recognition SDK to the Android operating system for Smart Phones so it can offer strong and economic biometric identification for a new ...
Martin George, CEO of Smart Sensors Ltd, interviewed at BCC 2011, Tampa
See the man himself discussing iris recognition applications at BCC 2011, Tampa
Smart Sensors demonstrates MIRLIN Iris Biometric Recognition on an Embedded Platform at Embedded World Nuremburg – March 2011
Smart Sensors has ported its MIRLIN Iris biometric recognition and matching algorithms to an Embedded Environment utilising MPC Data’s very latest Windows Embedded Compact 7 board support package for the ...
Fuzzy match for large databases patent granted
On 5th October 2010, Smart Sensors Ltd was awarded US Patent 7,809,747 for its technology in Fuzzy Database matching. This new technique greatly reduces the requirement for computer hardware and ...
BAE Systems I3 investment in smarter, faster iris recognition
BAE Systems has invested £0.5 million to develop and enhance the iris recognition capability of algorithm specialists Smart Sensors Ltd during a nine month development project funded by its Investment ...