Integrated Biometrics to showcase mobile biometric identification solutions at Connect:ID 2015
Integrated Biometrics announced it will demonstrate its mobile ID technology and industry expertise at ConnectID: 2015, the identity conference and exhibition on March 23-25 in Washington, D.C..
Held at the Walter E Washington Convention Center, ConnectID: 2015 will focus on all aspects of personal identity and the opportunities for its management in both the physical and digital worlds, including the future of the identity credential, the impact of mobility, and the opportunities and challenges posed by cyber security issues and big data.
“New information presented at important events like ConnectID: 2015 is essential to defining the future enhanced security needs of governments here in the U.S. and abroad,” said Integrated Biometrics CEO Steve Thies. “These needs become the basis for the new high performance solutions that emerge.”
At the conference, Integrated Biometrics will be hosting several hardware integrators at Booth 208 including Booz Allen Hamilton, NEC, Mobizent, Amrel, Coppernic, Corvus Biometrics, Credence ID, CrossMatch, Northrop Grumman, SIC Biometrics and SmartCore.
Integrated Biometrics will be showcasing its Detective Series product line, which includes the Watson-Mini, Sherlock, and its newest product, Columbo Desktop FAP PIV 30 Scanner.
The relatively small and light scanner is designed to address mobile applications with minimal maintenance while providing accurate high-resolution fingerprint images in indirect or direct sunlight.
The company will also provide a “sneak peek” at a new product to be released in the coming months, while president Mike Grimes, VP/biometrics industry advisor Martin Petriccione, and executive and strategic advisor Tom Buss will be on hand to share best practices.
Integrated Biometrics is currently sharing podcasts on its Connect page, in which Buss and other members of the company’s team sharing discuss technology trends and challenges for the enrollment verification industry.