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Biometric Iris Technology for School Bus Safety Introduced

BlinkSpot today announces national availability of the company’s biometric solution for identifying, monitoring and reporting students as they board and exit school buses.
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BlinkSpot today announces national availability of the company’s biometric solution for identifying, monitoring and reporting students as they board and exit school buses.

When children board or exit the bus the BlinkSpot iris scanning technology recognizes the child and sends real time reports to the school along with an individual email to each parent verifying the time and location of their child.

Developed in conjunction with 3M Cogent’s industry leading biometric identification systems, BlinkSpot’s iris scanning technology has an over 99% accuracy rate and is operated by Eye-D through a private, secure and dedicated Verizon data portal.

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