Transport Security & Safety Expo

Transport Security & Safety Expo June 11-12, 2018 Washington D.C. Transport Security and Safety Expo (TSSX) in June 2018, the only event of its kind to provide a platform for transport operators across all verticals, government officials and suppliers to address current concerns, share best practice and build long-lasting business connections. – large-scale exhibition area for transport security professionals to meet, check out the latest solutions and learn in the on-floor seminars – strategic congresses covering the most pressing challenges

Dallas transit agency piloting facial recognition software

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will be adding surveillance cameras on its light-rail trains this summer and piloting facial recognition software on cameras throughout its system, according to a report by Dallas News. According to DART spokesman Morgan Lyons, all of the agency’s buses and train stations already have cameras. The camera and biometric software solution will be used for a range of purposes including monitoring train capacity, watching for medical emergencies and informing law enforcement when a wanted person

Natrans Arabia 2015

Natrans Arabia 2015 October 25-27 ADNEC, Abu Dhabi, UAE NATRANS Arabia, held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) between 25 – 27 October 2015, is a highly focused technology event welcoming government representatives from across the Arab Union who are responsible for every aspect of national and regional transport infrastructure planning, development, maintenance, preservation and future system upgrades for multibillion dollar road, rail and maritime projects. The 6th Edition of the Middle East Rail Opportunities Summit is an

Special Report: Port Security

Biometric Update Special Reports provides analysis and competitive industry intelligence for the global biometrics industry including market size, multiple industry segments, venture capital and other business opportunities, along with in-depth profiles on the best emerging companies and solutions. This report by Biometrics Research Group, Inc. examines biometric credentialing of transportation workers at U.S. seaports along with the security challenges caused by lack of holistic biometric access control options. Download PDF: Special Report – Port Security & Biometrics

More than 350K iris and fingerprint devices shipped a year in India: 6Wresearch report

6Wresearch announced it has a published a new report that shows that more than 350,000 iris and fingerprint units were shipped in India in the year leading up to June 2014. The report illustrates how biometrics are growing in worldwide acceptance, specifically across developing countries such as India. The report provides details about the total number of biometric units imported and manufactured in India, as well as the players, prices and features including resolution, verification, interface and applications. Single-modal biometric

Transport Security Expo

Transport Security Expo is the largest international event for all areas of transportation security and focuses on the key threats, policy updates and regulations affecting the aviation, maritime, supply chain and public transport communities. Delegates attending the forthcoming Transport Security Expo will gather detailed insight on the challenges faced through in-depth aviation, maritime and public transport conferences. An extensive programme of workshops delivers valuable learning opportunities, including Freight & Cargo, Terminal & Facility Security, & Passenger Screening. The event is

International Biometrics & Identification Association disagrees with media reports, backs TWIC

The International Biometrics & Identification Association (IBIA) has announced that it strongly disagrees with recent media reports that suggest the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) doesn’t work. The IBIA is reacting to media reports which have cited a public notice by the U.S. Department of the Army — a military department within the Department of Defense (DOD) —  in which it states “TWIC does not meet DOD security standards and cannot be used as of January 29, 2013” and that “The DoD PKI