Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference
May 25 to 26, 2016
The leading forum for biometric users
The Biometrics Institute is proud to present its 2016 Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference, its flagship event and gathering place for the Institute’s regional membership base.
Now in its 16th year, the Asia-Pacific Conference continues to bring together biometric users from key government agencies, commercial organisations and technology providers to share ideas, discuss the opportunities biometrics offer and implementation challenges.
Whether your objectives are to find out future trends, learn about latest technologies and applications, or gather strategic and technical information, this annual event presents an unparalleled opportunity to meet with the experts in their field.
Learn from international experts, including:
– David Birch of Consult Hyperion, UK, a renown thought leader on digital identity and digital money
– Fons Knopjes from the National Office for Identity Data, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Holland will explore identity management in 2030
– Patrick Grother and Mei Ngan from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA will present on unconstrained facial recognition to support law enforcement investigations
– Kim Mills from Customs and Border Protection, US Department of Homeland Security will discuss transforming the entry/exit process through biometric technology
Hear regional and local case studies:
– Modernising biometric capability at Crimtrac by Lee Walton, Chief Information Officer, Crimtrac
– Your face, your passport – what are the prospects for a virtual passport? By Michael Lynch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
– Clarence Yeo from Singapore’s Immigration and Checkpoints Authority, Paul Cross from Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection and George Rodrigues from Immigration New Zealand will provide an update on initiatives in their countries
– Advancing Law Enforcement – Biometrics at the AFP by Clifton Frost, Australian Federal Police
– Creating a trusted identity framework for Australia – next steps for the DTO and where biometrics fits in by Rachel Dixon, Head of Identity, Digital Transformation Office
Visit our website for more information and to register.