iBeta has been testing these devices for several years as the only accredited National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) biometric testing lab. iBeta adheres to and is audited to the International Standard ISO/IEC 17025 standard. iBeta performs independent 3rd party testing and certifications for a number of private, public, and government bodies.
This is your chance to help ensure the accuracy of tomorrow's technology. If you'd like an opportunity to earn a $20-$75 gift card, for 5 - 15 minutes of your time, we encourage you to contact us. All biometric data is collected independently from an individual's identity - at no time is your hand/finger/face/eye attached to your name. Additionally, all collected biometric data is used solely for the purpose of testing these hardware devices, and is immediately destroyed upon completion of the study.
• Must be between 18 and 70 years of age
• Must have your own means of transportation to and from our facility
• Must be willing to sign a consent form (all studies are approved by an Institutional Review Board which dictates the consent form)
If you are interested in participating, and meet the requirements above, please follow the following link to give us your preferred email contact. We will reach out to you as we're organizing our next Biometric Research Study with further details.
Contact us at: iBeta.com/Study-Signup
Who We Are:
Headquartered in Aurora, Colorado, iBeta offers all types of testing services for our business, education, interactive, entertainment and government clients. Our services encompass many different software quality and consultation activities such as functionality testing, compatibility testing, automated testing, load and performance testing, biometric testing, security testing, data conversion testing, usability testing, mobile device testing, console certification testing, handheld testing, game play testing, localization testing, beta test management and user guide testing.