BiometricUpdate.com recently launched a job board aimed at those hiring or seeking employment in the biometrics industry. Job seekers can find recent jobs posted by companies located in the U.S. Available jobs can be sorted by job title, company or location. There is also a custom search function available to search by keyword, location or proximity. Job postings are available for purchase regularly at $50 for 30 days, however for the month of March we are offering a special 50%
“Biometrics are our most unique physical (and behavioral) features that can be practically sensed by devices and interpreted by computers so that they may be used as proxies of our physical selves in the digital realm. In this way we can bond digital data to our identity with permanency, consistency, and unambiguity, and retrieve that data using computers in a rapid and automated fashion.” Contents: – Identity and Trust – Biometric Modalities – Biometric Processes – Biometric System Accuracy Testing
Attend the longest running, world-renowned forum for advanced identification solutions including Fingerprint Technology, Iris Recognition, Facial Recognition, Vein Recognition, and Voice Recognition featuring case studies and practical presentations from over 15 industry experts including: Healthcare, Law Enforcement, Education, Government, & Financial. Click here to learn more and register.
The need for understanding and exploiting the current and emerging technologies and services for the automated recognition of human identity is of increasing importance to the economic and social welfare. It deserves a concerted, multidisciplinary and sustained effort. The European context is unique for its diversity, interdependence, heritage and values. It creates special requirements and opportunities for the development of biometric technologies and services to maximise the benefit for the citizens and to protect society from any possible adverse side
IDGA’s 5th Annual Border Management Southwest will bring together military and government personnel for DHS, DoD, CBP, ICE, FBI, USCG, US Army and more to discuss the most pressing issues facing the Department of Homeland Security, from efforts to build new partnerships to modernizing security capabilities. Policy makers, uniformed service leaders, law enforcement and industry partners will gather in San Diego, CA to network, share best practices and explore potential paths to fortify the United States border. Click here to
April 28-30, 2014 Washington, DC IDGA’s Homeland Security Congress is the nation’s premier conference for discussing the challenges and opportunities in protecting the USA and its citizens. With topics ranging from border management to disaster preparedness to cyber security, Homeland Security Congress is the conference for solution providers, academics and government personnel who will have a say in the future of our Homeland Security efforts. Click here to visit the website for more information.
The Biometrics Institute successfully launched this event in June 2012 and is now organising this as an annual gathering of the industry. The 2013 Showcase was held at the beautiful premises of the Royal Bank of Scotland in London and was attended by over 140 delegates with a majority being from financial institutions and government agencies. This year, the Biometrics Institute is thrilled to announce that Australia House in London will be holding the event in its Great Exhibition Hall,
The Biometrics Institute is holding a 2 day, 16 hour Introduction to Biometrics Short-Course on the 26th and 27th May 2014. Held at the Radisson Hotel & Suites, Sydney, just days prior to the Asia-Pacific Conference 2014, this 2 day workshop is designed to present a short overview of the primary issues in automated human recognition, also known as “Biometrics”. The course will be facilitated by leading international biometrics expert, Dr. James L. Wayman, San Jose State University. The course
The Biometrics Institute is holding its second Identities at the Borders Seminar on 29 April 2014 in Brussels, Belgium. This event will focus on the Future of Travel (Registered Traveller Programmes) and Automated Border Control. This event will offer unprecedented networking opportunities, bringing together border agencies, biometric suppliers and the aviation industry. Over 50 delegates attended the first seminar in 2013 including: Copenhagen Airports, ACI Europe, Federal Police Belgium, Belgian Federal Police, Bundespolizei (BPOL) German Federal Police, Royal Netherlands Marechaussee
March 17, 2014 Washington, DC. For the first time ever the Biometrics Institute is holding an event in the USA, scheduled for 17 March 2014 from 17.00 – 19.30. Held at the Australian Embassy in Washington, this event will provide a unique networking opportunity and the Institute encourages anyone with an interest in biometrics to attend. The evening will include a short introduction to the Biometrics Institute and speakers include Jim Loudermilk, Director, Biometrics Institute and Senior Technologist, Federal Bureau