Delta ID’s latest version 3.0 of its ActiveIRIS technology is powering the iris scanner of Fujitsu’s latest smartphone, the arrows NX F-01J launched by NTT DOCOMO in Japan.
The arrows NX F-01J is the third smartphone to include iris scanning technology, after a very successful introduction of this technology in the arrows NX F-04G and F-02H in 2015.
Delta ID’s patent-pending ActiveIRIS technology makes the iris in eyes a unique and secret “password” that consumers never have to remember. With ActiveIRIS technology, users can just look at their device to unlock it, make a payment or login into an application or service.
The latest version 3.0 of ActiveIRIS technology significantly enhances the usability and reliability of iris scanning. In independent tests, users found the new iris scanner in the arrows NX F-01J almost two times faster than the one in F-02H, with near perfect – 99.7% success rate indoors, and above 90% success rate in challenging conditions such as outdoors, in very bright sunlight.
Delta ID’s ActiveIRIS technology combines its patented hardware design and advanced software algorithm to bring iris scanning and recognition to mobile devices that is fast and easy to use for consumers, and simple and inexpensive for mobile OEMs to integrate.
Delta ID was the first company to bring iris scanning and recognition technology to market in collaboration with Fujitsu and NTT DOCOMO in the F-04G smartphone in May 2015. Since then the company has launched its ActiveIRIS technology in multiple devices from various OEMs, and maintains its leadership position in the industry with respect to speed, usability and reliability of iris scanning for mobile devices.
Delta ID was founded in 2011 with the mission to bring secure and convenient biometric authentication to mass market computing devices. Delta ID’s ActiveIRIS technology includes patented hardware design and software to enable iris recognition using simple hardware that can be easily integrated in mobile and PC devices. Delta ID is based in Newark, California and backed by Intel Capital and other strategic investors.
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