Eye vein biometrics firm Eyeverify has released studies from organizations that have conducted accuracy testing on its Eyeprint ID product in 2015.The company states that across the three studies, Eyeprint ID performed at accuracy levels that meet the market need for secure mobile authentication for password replacement, medical prescriptions and mobile payments.Two studies conducted in different countries assessed the False Reject Rate (FRR) at various False Accept Rates (FAR), according to the firm. For example an iBeta test, conducted with 118 subjects in iBeta's Colorado lab, determined that Eyeprint ID meets the False Match Rate (FMR) requirement of 0.001 or lower with a 95 percent confidence rate.