“Pendergast joins Princeton Identity at a time of growing prominence for the company, whose iris recognition technology is being used in high-profile mobile devices from Samsung.”
Princeton Identity has announced a new production manager.
Joseph A. Pendergast comes to the company from a previous position with Intel, where he managed the introduction of new High Performance Computing products within the Data Center Group. Now, with Princeton Identity, he’ll oversee the company’s Access200 product line of iris-scanning access control solutions.
In a statement announcing the appointment, Princeton Identity products VP Bobby Varma lauded Pendergast’s “extensive and impressive tenure in technology operations,” adding that he “will serve as a key asset in expanding our footprint in the biometrics space across a range of industries.” For his part, Pendergast said “[t]he opportunity to work alongside some of the industry’s best at Princeton Identity is a special and rare opportunity and I look forward to contributing to the company’s ongoing success and innovation.”
Pendergast joins Princeton Identity at a time of growing prominence for the company, whose iris recognition technology is being used in high-profile mobile devices from Samsung. Meanwhile, biometric technologies are gaining popularity in the access control market more broadly, with iris recognition having a substantial role to play.
(Originally posted on FindBiometrics)