May 28, 2015 -
Integrated Biometrics announced it is participating in several biometrics-related events, with company representatives attending the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Biometrics Community of Interest meeting in North Charleston, South Carolina on May 27; the Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference in Sydney, Australia on May 27-28; and ID4Africa in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania on June 2-4.
“As biometric identification devices continue to get smaller and more portable, it is essential that we maintain our ability to support new mobile requirements by continuing to actively learn from other industry leaders across the world,” said Integrated Biometrics CEO Steve Thies. “We’re thrilled to be able to respond to invitations to present at events like AFCEA in Charleston and share our knowledgebase as well.”
The AFCEA event, “Building Next Generation, Full Spectrum Identity Operations Capacity for the Naval, Joint, National and Coalition Warfighter”, will provide perspectives on challenges, competency development, and public/private partnerships in areas related to biometrics and identity intelligence in the defense, government, industry and academia sectors.
The Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference will explore the topic, “Identity, Security and Trust – Creating a seamless customer experience in the physical and digital world”.
The conference features presentations from government, law enforcement, and private industry security experts, and is sponsored by Lockheed Martin, UNiSYS, NEC, Northrop Grumman and others.
The annual ID4Africa forum and expo focuses on digital identity and its applications for driving socio-economic development in Africa.
The event’s topics will range from foundational identity programs such as national ID and civil registration, to functional applications such as the use of digital identity in social protection and labor, elections, health care, mobile payments, to improving national security, border management and population management of refugees and other migratory groups.
Previously reported, Integrated Biometrics has integrated the Sherlock two-finger roll scanner into AMREL’s Flexpedient AT80B Rugged Tablet.