ID WORLD International Congress: Dr. Andreas Wolf

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Dr. Andreas Wolf

Senior Product Architect – Bundesdruckerei

Speaks at ID WORLD on Secure Identification

Dr. Andreas Wolf studied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Theoretical Physics at Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. After receiving the diploma in 1992 he worked in Berlin and Munich on several research projects. Since 1999, he holds a Ph. D. in Computer Science from Munich University of Technology. In the following years, he worked with NorCom Information Technology AG, Munich, as Technical Product Manager for IT Security Products, with VOICE.TRUST AG, Munich, as Technical Director, and with Cross Match Technologies GmbH, Jena, as Vice President Technology & IP Management. With VOICE.TRUST, he headed the speech biometrics technology development. He initialized the first European Common Criteria certification of a biometric product. With Cross Match Technologies, he worked as product manager for document readers and as member of the CTO Office. Today, Dr. Wolf works as Senior Product Architect with Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Berlin. Dr. Wolf has published several book and journal contributions as well as several conference papers. He holds university teaching positions at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena and the University of Cooperative Education Gera. Furthermore, he is one of the German DIN experts delegated to the ISO committees SC17 and SC37.

“New border control processes – Challenges and requirements for document inspection systems”

ID documents have growing importance for our daily life. The introduction of electronic passports has stimulated the awareness that verification of identities is a significant task for many workflows in all parts of our life. Originally, document inspection systems have been used almost exclusively supporting manual document inspection done by border guards. Now e-documents allow much more automation of border control processes. However, existing workflows and existing equipment do not necessarily fit to border automation needs. The level of desired automation is different; the requirements with respect to ergonomics and time consumption are different ones, the acceptable fault tolerance differs. The talk wants to address the new requirements and to discuss possible answers, technology-wise as well as process-wise. Of course the talk also tries to give an overview of the state of the art, on existing applications, and on future trends. Finally, it wants to initialize discussions on other possible applications of automated border control technologies, especially for document inspection technologies.


Speaking on November 16

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