MWC 2014: EyeVerify Eye Vein Biometrics Meets AirWatch (anaysis, video)

Written by Alfred Poor

EyeVerify’s software-only eye vein biometric tech meets AirWatch enterprise doc-protection tech. The two joined to protect docs on Android, iOS mobile devices at MWC 2014. — EyeVerify’s Eyeprint verification tech is going enterprise. Eyeprint is software-only biometric tech that uses every human’s unique pattern of eye veins for identification. The mobile biometric security solution will be integrated with AirWatch enterprise products, EyeVerify execs told our Alfred Poor at the Showstoppers press event at MWC 2014 in Barcelona. Check out his video deep dive and tech analysis below.

Video: Alfred Poor for Al Green and producer Justin Webb for aNewDomainTV

At the ShowStoppers press event, we learned that AirWatch Security Locker is integrating EyeVerify’s Eyeprint tech to protect documents on mobile Android and Apple iOS tablets and smartphones.

“People think that iris and retina (data) are the (only) biometrics associated with the eye,” one EyeVerify rep told aNewDomain. “EyeVerify is an eye vein technology that requires no additional hardware and can use just the camera on your cell phone or tablet device.”

Watch this space for aNewDomainTV’s video.

In the meantime, check out the below EyeVerify video explaining how its tech is different from traditional retina or iris scanning biometric barriers.

Video: EyeVerify YouTube channel

For, I’m Alfred Poor.

Based in bucolic Bucks County PA, Alfred Poor is a senior technologist here at A 30-year tech journalism vet, he’s internationally renowned for his coverage of displays. He is easily distracted by shiny, sparkly gadgets and that’s why he is covering consumer tech for us, too. Contact Alfred at, follow him @AlfredPoor and find the +Alfred Poor Google+ stream here. Alfred also is a professional speaker, a bluegrass musician and a sailor. Check out his LinkedIn profile for more.