iridian


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iridian

(aɪˈrɪdɪən)
adj
relating to the iris of the eyeresembling a rainbow
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In 2003, he left SmartEquip to embark on a career in the capital markets and spent six years at Iridian Asset Management as a senior analyst, risk manager and co-portfolio manager specializing in long and short equity fund management.
Four experts including Corrie Oberdin from IriDiAN Group (social media), Karissa Tomsen from Intertwine Interactive (SEO), Adrian Blake (blogging) and Kelly Cox from Valmont Industries (ag social media and marketing) delivered powerful messages on these topics.
These algorithms, which Daugman patented in 1994 and are owned by Iridian Technologies, are the basis of current iris recognition systems and products.
The BM-ET330 iris reader from Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, delivers fast and accurate system enrollment and authentication using software developed by Iridian Technologies, Inc.
The iris scan system is produced by Iridian Technologies, based in Moorestown, New Jersey.
HRS is the only UK partner for US company Iridian, which has pioneered the system.
The only other school in the world to boast the iris scanner is in New Jersey, US, and is attended by the children of the boss of the manufacturer, Iridian Technologies.
The children from the Iridian school visited the theatre on Wednesday evening to see a production of the musical Nordost.
BioconX software is device independent and compatible with biometric technologies, input devices, and hardware from Siemens, Sony Electronics, Iridian Technologies, BioLink Technologies International, Inc.
The bank, which has branches in Birmingham and also owns former building society, the Bristol & West, also announced it was buying 61 per cent of US-based Iridian Asset Management for pounds 122.
MCI and Iridian will jointly develop a human recognition camera for personal computer use, scheduled to be put on sale in North America in May, said the company, a unit of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.
Voltmer, president and CEO of Iridian Technologies, Inc.