The Children's Identification and Location Database (CHILD) Project is a
US-based nationwide registry and network enabling law enforcement and
social service agencies to identify missing children and adults using
iris recognition. The camera shown here which embeds the
Daugman algorithms for encoding and registering both of the child's
iris patterns is a Panasonic BM-ET330. The national database of
IrisCodes is hosted and maintained by a non-profit agency, The Nation's
Missing Children Organization (NMCO).
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