Biometric security systems are highly secure, however they are costly and may be considered an invasion of privacy by employees. Manual keypad and proximity devices are more user friendly, however their security capability is often lacking.
With the current product mix for secured access systems, a product line featuring secured access based on eye-gaze detection can be introduced to fill the space between biometric reader devices and devices based on electronic keypads, proximity devices, or cards.
Researchers in the School of Computing at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario Canada have developed a non-contact calibration-free eye-gaze based secured access system that offers a highly secure non-snoopable security capability at an affordable cost, that also maintains ease of use for the employee.
A detailed technology opportunity bulletin is available here: http://parteq.technologypublisher.com/files/sites/tob_calibrationfreeeyetracking_170912.pdf