Buyers, Researchers, and Technology Leaders - Come Together for The Big Event in Biometrics


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The 2013 Biometric Consortium Conference and Technology Expo, presented by AFCEA, NIST and NSA, will address the important role that biometrics plays in identification and verification of individuals for government and commercial applications worldwide.


The Conference will be two and a half days of presentations, seminars and panel discussions with the participation of internationally recognized experts in biometric technologies, system and application developers, IT business strategists, and government and commercial officers.  The 2013 Conference and Expo focuses on biometric technologies for homeland security, identity management, border crossing, electronic commerce, and other applications.


Who Attends


Open to the general public, nearly 1,000 individuals attend including 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 utilizing biometric-based solutions for a wide range of personal identification/authentication applications including homeland security and the prevention of ID theft.



Who Exhibits


The Biometric Technology Expo showcases technology exhibitors displaying a wide range of hardware and software solutions to biometric and identity management challenges such as fingerprint recognition, voice verification, facial recognition, iris recognition, retina scan, hand geometry, signature verification, gait recognition, earlobe recognition, DNA recognition, civil ID, criminal ID, PC/network access, point of sales authentication and surveillance.


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