Vision-Box expanding worldwide presence, opening office in New Delhi

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Vision-Box expanding worldwide presence, opening office in New Delhi

Vision-Box announced it is opening an office in New Delhi, India.

The expansion is part of the company’s strategy to expand its worldwide presence and will enable it to support local challenges and accelerate the introduction of digital identity solutions and frictionless travel technology in the smart travel and border control, smart government, and smart city sectors.

The New Delhi office will draw on the resources and professional experience of the Vision-Box global network. Mr. Pedro Pinto, Senior Manager, Regional Strategy and Operations for Vision-Box India, will lead a team of engineers, software developers and technical support experts to deliver new projects in country.

With more than 17 percent of the world’s population, airline passenger volume in India is estimated to grow at 12 percent yearly for the foreseeable future. According to the announcement, this puts investment in India’s citizen services and travel infrastructure at an important and crucial juncture. Private sector expertise is expected to bridge the gap between the populous demographics and exponential traveler growth, with the need for secure identity management infrastructure.

Eurico Brilhante Dias, Secretary of State for Internationalization Affairs of Portugal, will inaugurate the office on June 27, 2018, followed by a reception hosted by Vision-Box and the Embassy of Portugal in New Delhi.

“This office investment will establish an essential link to robustly respond to the challenges the nation faces in securing and improving the lives of its citizens through better travel and identification frameworks, beginning in the digital identity and seamless airports,” explained Miguel Leitmann, Vision-Box Global CEO. “I am personally committed to ensuring proactive, cooperative, and harmonious business relationships that enhance the safety and security of all citizens in India d beyond.”

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