ImageWare’s Recent Deal with Lockheed Martin Generates Excitement
News agencies have picked up on the buzz about Lockheed Martin implementing ImageWare Systems, Inc.’s multimodal anonymous biometrics into their security systems.
The benefits of bringing IDaaS solutions into a business are many fold, but the flexibility offered is certainly one of the more impressive features. Take, for instance, the IWS Biometric Engine form ImageWare Systems which was recently chosen to be integrated into an IDaaS platform from Lockheed Martin and also powers the company’s own line of versatile solutions. The Biometric Engine offers the option to authenticate users via finger, face, 3D face, hand geometry, palm signature or voice.
ImageWare Systems to integrate biometric engine into Lockheed Martin IDaaS platform | BiometricUpdate
Imageware Systems has signed a three-year licensing agreement with Lockheed Martin, under which ImageWare will integrate its patented biometric engine into the Lockheed Martin cloud-based multimodal biometric, IDHaystack identity as a service (IDaaS) platform.
Lockheed Martin will offer the identity service to federal government agencies and other customers through its FedRAMP approved government community cloud, SolaS.
ImageWare Systems Licenses Technology to Lockheed Martin | San Diego Business Journal
A small Rancho Bernardo tech company said on July 14 that it has licensed certain biometric technology to defense contracting giant Lockheed Martin Corp.
ImageWare Systems Inc. signed a three-year license agreement for its patented technology. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Under the deal, ImageWare will integrate its patented IWS Biometric Engine into IDHaystack, Lockheed Martin’s cloud-based biometric product. Lockheed Martin is expected to offer the ImageWare technology to its federal government customer.