1210 — Biometric Consortium Conference, September 20-22, Arlington, USA

May 12, 2004 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

Bandeira EUALogo Biometric ConferenceThe September 2004 Biometric Consortium Conference will address the latest trends in research, development, testing and application of biometric technologies. It also plans to address the important role that biometrics can play in the identification and verification of individuals in this age of heightened security and privacy by examining biometric-based solutions for homeland security (airport security, travel documents, visas, border control, prevention of ID theft) as well as the use of biometrics in other applications such as point of sale and large-scale enterprise network environments. The Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, USA.


The Biometric Consortium will provide a forum to discuss government and commercial implementations and initiatives, recent advances of the technology as well as biometric business models. The conference will also examine ongoing standards developments, research and evaluation of biometric technologies. The Information Technology Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Security Agency, the National Biometric Security Project, the DoD Biometrics Management Office, the National Institute of Justice, the West Virginia Development Office, the General Services Administration Office of Governmentwide Policy and the National Science Foundation co-sponsor this event. Supporting Organisations include the American National Standards Institute, the International Biometrics Industry Association, the International Committee for Information Technology Standards and The Biometric Foundation.

The conference is open to the general public. The topics should be appropriated for a wide variety of individuals, such as policy developers and decision makers, government and industry executives, information technology users and developers, IT CEOs, CTOs and product managers, law enforcement officials, system integrators, personal authentication and information security specialists, educators and students, government, industry, and academia researchers and everyone involved in using biometric-based solutions for a wide range of personal identification/authentication applications including homeland security and the prevention of ID theft.

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