Biometrics vendor targets security conscious enterprises

Monday, 4 October 2004, 4:25 PM EST

Regional airports, seaports and border crossing around the Middle East are soon to deploy biometric technology to make them secure and help reduce congestion, according to Irish security firm Daon. In an attempt to tap into this potential growth at an early stage, Daon has been showcasing its latest biometric software at Gitex 2004. The company also says it is tendering for work at airports in Kuwait City, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi.

By Matthew Southwell at ITP Technology.

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