ID WORLD International Congress: Future of ID

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Future of ID

Identifying new avenues in the digital world

Automatic identification technology represents a fundamental building block of every communication and information system in the public, corporate, and domestic domains. The widespread adoption of communication technologies, and in particular the mobile phone and transacting over the Internet, is opening up new scenarios especially for consumers, whether accessing services or buying products. The advent of new and even disruptive technologies and processes will significantly enhance the adoption of identification-based applications once typically confined to financial or government environments.


How identity increasingly plays a crucial role in all industry sectors


Developments in Standards & Critical Projects

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Developments in Standards & Critical Projects

– Anna Terrón, State Secretary on Immigration – Ministry of Labour & Immigration, Spain

– RS Sharma, Director General & Mission Director – Unique Identification Authority, India

– Luigi Soreca, Head of International Affairs, Directorate General Home Affairs European Commission

– Stefano Manservisi, Director General DG Home Affairs – European Commission

– Bradford Wing, Biometrics Standards Coordinator National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA

– Gérald Santucci, Head of Unit “Networked Enterprise and RFID” -European Commission


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