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BIOMETRICS 2006 Wednesday, October 18 2006 All Day 9th World Conference and Exhibition on the Practical Application of Biometrics Conference: 18-20 October 2006 Exhibition: 19-20 October 2006 Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK A preview to the largest biometrics conference & exhibition in Europe Biometrics 2006 – the ninth in a series of annual conferences and exhibitions on the topical subject of biometrics and its use in government and commercial applications – promises to offer delegates and visitors to the event unparalleled access to the leading developers and users of biometrics systems from around the world. See below for a brief outline of what to expect at this years event. THREE-DAY CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Practical advice, tips and solutions on using biometric technology from international experts in the field This year’s comprehensive programme, brought to you by the editors of Biometrics Technology Today, brings together a truly outstanding line-up of pioneering users of biometrics systems, government consultants and leading integrators and vendors. More than 50 seminars, keynote presentations, case studies and government and industry speakers provide a comprehensive and topical look at the latest technological advances and opportunities offered by biometric technologies – for those new to the field as well as the seasoned industry professional. Day one kicks off with a compact and educational session for those new to biometrics as well as existing users. Delegates will learn of all the key issues to consider when installing and operating a biometric system – from improving system performance to privacy and interoperability issues. In addition to a series of seminars and tutorials, delegates are offered a structured networking hour to meet delegates and speakers with issues of mutual interest. The day ends with a panel discussion looking at the future of biometrics where some of the industry’s top thinkers – Marek Rejman Greene, Senior Biometrics Advisor to the Home Office Scientific Development Branch; Jerry Fishenden, Microsoft’s National Technology Officer for the UK and Cathy Tilton, VP Standards and Emerging Technologies at Daon – share their insight into the likely trends and direction the industry will be taking in the years to come. Biometrics 2006 welcomes Joan Ryan MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Home Office, for the opening keynote presentation ‘An ID Card for the 21st Century’ on day two of the conference. As the MP responsible for the smooth roll out of one of the most complex IT and identity projects ever undertaken, she will introduce the scheme and give an update on the latest developments. A series of presentations then look at the following issues: implementing biometrics on a national scale; implementation experiences form a variety of applications and technologies; the latest results from performance and interoperability testing and using biometrics for secure access and transactions. The day ends with a whistle-stop tour of the major biometrics centres of activity around the globe by Jim Wayman, Director of the Biometrics Test Center at San Jose University. The final day of the conference looks at the use of biometrics in travel documents such as passports, its future use in border control and back office applications and takes a look at some of the major government projects such as the US registered traveler and transportation workers identification, Mexico’s multi-biometric voting scheme – the largest in the world – and a round up of ID card developments in the Middle East. The use of biometrics in law enforcement is apparent at many levels, from its use in detention centers and town centers, to the national roll out of central finger print databases. Case history presentations look at this aspect of the use of biometrics in detail. The conference is closed by Jerry Fishenden, Microsoft’s National Technology Officer for the UK, who will review current and past biometrics activities and also present a vision of where Microsoft sees its future relationship with biometrics. The full conference programme is available at www.biometrics2006.com or telephone 01367 718 500, email biometrics2006@elsevier.com










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