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ID Revolution Trends

30 November – Room AlfaTau

With technogical change taking place at a growing rate in all fields, being able to recognize the technologies of the future and the technologies of the past is becoming paramount.

Despite a number of difficulties, RFID and biometrics are being increasingly used for security and tracking applications. Have all obstacles been removed?

Will other emerging and disruptive automatic identification technologies have a real impact on the market?


Scope:

This conference aims to create a snapshot of the current and future markets for advanced automatic identification.

Sessions:

Trends and opportunities in the auto ID market
RFID: new manufacturing approaches
Emerging and disruptive auto ID technologies
Identity Management

Thursday, November 30th, 2006


Session 1 – Trends and opportunities in the auto ID market

– Neil Robinson (Analyst – RAND Europe)
“Seeing the bigger picture: Identifying security challenges to RFID deployment”

– Victor Lee (Senior Consultant – International Biometric Group)
“Strategic introduction and marketing of biometrics to the public”

– Andreas Wolf (Vice President Border Control Solutions – Cross Match Technologies)
“Fingerprint Scanners & Standards: A Guide to Technology Selection”

Coffee Break

Session 2 – RFID: new manufacturing approaches

– Christopher Walker (Director of Imaging Technologies – Preco, Inc.)
“Producing solid-copper RFID antennas with digital inkjet printing”

– George Reynolds (VP RFID – Avery Dennison)
“Advantages of strap-attach techniques for making RFID transponders”

– Wolfgang May (Key Account Manager – Datacon Technology)
“RFID chip assembly for 0.1 cents?”

Lunch

Session 3 – Emerging and disruptive auto ID technologies

– Mark McGlade (Business Development Director – Ingenia Technology)
“Laser Surface Authentication (LSA)”

– Baruch Levanon (CEO – IDesia)
“The new generation of biometric authentication for daily use”

Speaker to be announced

Coffee Break

Session 4 – Identity Management

– Mario Savastano (Senior Resercher at IBB – CNR National Research Council of Italy)
“Cross-jurisdictional issues of biometrics: privacy and accessibility”

– Peter Hanel (Director, Biometric Identity Management – Motorola)
“New biometric technologies being deployed by public bodies”

– Speaker to be announced (GlobalPlatform)
“Driving Acceptance: Adding value by delivering multiple services throughan eID program securely and cost-effectively”

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