Biometrics 2011 – the big biometrics show…
In just under 5 weeks on 18 October, Biometrics 2011 will open its doors at the QEII conference centre in London to hundreds of delegates and exhibition visitors seeking the latest on the use of biometrics in government and commercial applications.
A truly international melting pot of expertise, developments, practical advice, research and, of course, commercial opportunity – this is the one biometrics show that continues to deliver – whatever your job function…
Don’t delay! Book your delegate pass today – reduced rates are only available until 30 September 2011
Top speakers address all the key issues
Our final conference programme is now available.Running for three days, this high-quality, highly topical programme brings together a truly impressive line-up of 50 international speakers across 15 seminar tracks and features cutting-edge test results, the latest technologies and markets, large-scale government programs, commercial and public sector biometrics and looks at biometric trends, challenges and opportunities.
Highlights include keynotes from the US-VISIT programme and David Buckley, CEO of Cross Match Technologies. Here is just a small insight into what else is on offer:
At last year’s show, the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, described the biometric technologies it employs in the processing of applications for U.S. passports and visas, including face, iris, and fingerprint recognition. The transition to online photo submission for most visa applicants is now complete and the Bureau will soon pilot near-simultaneous iris and live-face image acquisition for visa applicants at a limited number of consulates and online photo submission for selected passport card applicants.
Kirit M. Amin, CIO and Managing Director of Consular Systems and Technology at the US Department of State brings delegates right up to speed with advancements in the use of biometrics and identity management for US travel documents in our large-scale government programmes stream.
Plus, get an update on secret surveillance using face-in-the-crowd biometrics…
Top of the grand challenges facing the surveillance world is real-time face-in-the-crowd technology: a recognition system advanced enough to sift through large crowds of people, none of whom are consciously facing the CCTV cameras. This type of face recognition has been called the “killer application” in biometrics. Professor Brian C. Lovell from NICTA and The University of Queensland, describes the technologies underpinning face-in-the-crowd recognition systems and results from formal trials.
New exhibitors join the floorplan
Showcasing the latest in biometrics technology is the two-day exhibition (19-20 October) – packed with new products and innovative solutions. View our latest exhibitor list and find out more about the companies and thier products.
Sign up now for a free visitor pass to meet with the leading biometrics companies – from technology providers to integrators, and solution providers to consultants.