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Bolsamania.com: Popular Science magazine names MORIS(TM) one of the "Best Innovations of 2010"

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that Popular Science magazine named the company's Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System (MORIS(TM)) as one of the... read more

World News: Popular Science magazine names MORIS™ one of the “Best Innovations of 2010”

PLYMOUTH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that Popular Science magazine named the company’s Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification... read more

EarthTimes: Popular Science magazine names MORIS™ one of the “Best Innovations of 2010”

PLYMOUTH, Mass. - (Business Wire) Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that Popular Science magazine named the company’s Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification... read more

Yahoo!: Popular Science magazine names MORIS™ one of the “Best Innovations of 2010”

PLYMOUTH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that Popular Science magazine named the company’s Mobile Offender Recognition and... read more

ADFVN.com: Popular Science magazine names MORIS™ one of the “Best Innovations of 2010”

Popular Science magazine names MORIS™ one of the “Best Innovations of 2010” Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that Popular Science magazine named the company’s... read more

ITBusinessNet.com: Popular Science magazine names MORIS™ one of the 'Best Innovations of 2010'

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that Popular Science magazine named the company's Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System (MORIS™) as one of the... read more

Popular Science: Popular Science Selects BI2 Technologies' MORIS as an Innovation of the Year for 2010

The iPhone now fights crime. MORIS, the Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System, is a 2.5-ounce hardware attachment and software app that turns a smartphone into a powerful handheld biometric device. It combines iris recognition,... read more

ThirdFactor: Iris Biometric Add-On for iPhone Targets Law Enforcement

BI2 Technologies will release its Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System (MORIS™) in November. The company has already pre-released several units for testing and has received encouraging feedback. “It’s a major advance in terms of having... read more

TulsaWorld: Free iris biometric scans to be offered as part of Sears Safety Week

Free iris biometric scans to be offered as part of Sears Safety Week Free iris biometric recognition scans will be available for children ages 5 to 17 and adults needing assistance as part of Sears Safety Week. The scans will be available from 10 a.... read more

COPS: I See You: Iris Innovation

Advances in technology have revolutionized the U.S. law enforcement profession and one of the latest innovations being leveraged by local, state, and tribal law enforcement is the Iris Biometric Identification System. Like fingerprints, iris... read more

New Bedford 360: Free Iris Scan

The MOMS Club of Fairhaven, the Lawler Branch of the New Bedford Free Public Library, and the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office are joining together to host a free Iris Scan event.  The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimates... read more

Southcoast Today: Fairhaven MOMS plan Iris Scan

NEW BEDFORD — A free Iris Scan, hosted by the MOMS Club of Fairhaven, the Lawler Branch of the New Bedford Free Public Library, and the Bristol County Sheriff's Office, will be held Saturday, Aug. 28. The Iris Scan takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m... read more

The Providence Journal: Rhode Island prisons to install iris-scanning security system

CRANSTON — Nayquan J. Gadson got lucky. The inmate, who escaped last week from the Adult Correctional Institutions by using the mangled photo identification of an inmate who was eligible for parole, acted on his escape plan just before the... read more

Boston Globe: Police to get an iPhone app for fighting crime, Brockton PD to use iPhone face scans

The Brockton Police Department will debut a new identification tool on city streets this fall that uses iPhone technology to scan human facial characteristics and send them to a secure database for comparison. The mobile, wireless, multi-modal... read more

VerticalNews.com: BI2 Technologies of Plymouth, Mass. Begins Implementation of MORIS(TM)

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) www.bi2technologies.com of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced that they have implemented MORIS™, the company's patent-pending, first-of-its-kind in the world iPhone-based... read more

ThirdFactor: iPhone with iris and fingerprint biometrics helps law enforcement ID criminals

Mobile and Wireless Multi-Modal Biometric Offender Recognition and Information System (MORIS), developed by BI2 Technologies in conjunction with Apple, is improving identification capabilities for police officers in Plymouth County Massachusetts.... read more

TD Ameritrade: BI2 Technologies Awarded Contract To Implement Statewide Facial Recognition System to Identify Inmates

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI(2) Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association (MSA) to provide a new facial recognition system... read more

Digital Communities: 'IPhone on Steroids' Gives Law Enforcement a Biometric Boost

Plymouth County, Mass., Sheriff Joseph McDonald calls the county's latest crime-fighting tool "an iPhone on steroids." A fitting description for the device, which he said enhances and strengthens the ability of law enforcement officers to identify... read more

GovTech.com: 'IPhone on Steroids' Gives Law Enforcement a Biometric

Plymouth County, Mass., Sheriff Joseph McDonald calls the county's latest crimefighting tool "an iPhone on steroids." A fitting description for the device, which he said enhances and strengthens the ability of law enforcement officers to identify... read more

ABC 33/40 News: Calhoun County Sheriff Gets Iris Scanner

It's the kind of technology you'd see in the movie Mission Impossible and the Calhoun County Sheriff got his hands on it. The office is now using an iris scanner to identify convicted criminals. It's the only law enforcement agency in Alabama to... read more