Description: Co-chaired by Terry Hartmann, Director, Secure Identification & Biometrics – Unisys; Grant Evans, CEO – A4 Vision; Scott Carr, Executive Vice President – Digimarc; and Benjamin Brink, Assistant Public Printer at the U.S. Government Printing Office and Director of Security and Intelligent Documents, and in association with findbiometrics.com, International Biometrics Industry Association, International Association for Biometrics, Biometrics Institute, European Biometrics Forum, Biometric Watch, and CATA, this is sure to be the international technical summit of 2006.
Advanced Identification Systems 2006 is not meant to be a massive trade show and press junket, but a technical conference designed to break new ground in the discussion and advancement of identification systems, solutions, products, and document/ID technology by bringing together leading industry experts, government investors, and technology-minded organizations. Affected areas and applications include: physical access control, electronic identification, passenger screening and tracking, biometric national IDs and passports, fraud & identity theft prevention, identification for law enforcement, smart cards, intelligent video surveillance, mobile ID, information security, and computer science in vision, feature extraction, and pattern analysis.
Tentative Programme: With 25 expert presentations – including already-confirmed speakers from A4 Vision, Animetrics, Authentec, Bearing Point, Computer Sciences Corporation, Cross Match, Department of Homeland Security, Digimarc, FaceKey, US FBI/DOJ, Gemalto, IBM, Identix, ImageWare, Infineon, Motorola, Precise Biometrics, Saflink, Sagem Morpho, Siemens, Smart Card Alliance, SRA International, Unisys, and 10-12 more – 2 half-day seminars, 10 networking opportunities (including receptions and dining), an exhibit area, and a panel discussions, this is the perfect opportunity to meet with colleagues, competitors, and government partners.
Who should attend: This conference will address the largest challenges producers and users are facing in the development and deployment of identification solutions and systems for government, law enforcement, banking & finance, optics & imaging technology, access control, transportation, telecommunications, document/ID, gaming & hospitality, and IT/computer science sectors.