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The Eagle Card Program Receives Publicity

STATESBORO, Ga. – Georgia Southern University is among contemporary college campuses that utilize Biometric applications to facilitate entry into the residential dining facilities Dining Commons and Lakeside. The contemporary application has received national recognition through CR80News, a source for college and university identification, security, and campus cards.

As published by CR80News Magazine and stated by Richard Wynn, Director of Eagle Card Program, Georgia Southern University has more than 10,000 students enrolled in the iris-based transaction system. To date, the iris cameras have logged more than 1.2 million iris-based transactions since the biometric implementation in the fall of 2013.

Georgia Southern’s identification technology has aided in the objective of university access control. To read the full article, please visit

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