ID WORLD International Congress: Sujan T.V. Parthasaradhi

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Sujan T.V. Parthasaradhi

Director of Biometric Applications – Lumidigm

Speaks at ID WORLD on Secure Identification

Sujan T.V. Parthasaradhi is the Director of Biometric Applications at Lumidigm. His role includes developing the company’s biometrics business in India and forming strategic alliances there and in its neighboring countries. He is also responsible for implementing large-scale fingerprint studies, evaluating sensors and algorithms for biometric and spoof performance, and researching and testing spoofing techniques for different fingerprint sensor technologies. Sought after for his expertise, Mr. Parthasaradhi brings his strong understanding of both the research and business aspects of fingerprint recognition technologies to audiences around the world. He provides detailed information at ID management conferences and workshops that supports successful “real world” biometric deployments. Mr. Parthasaradhi earned his Master’s degree in fingerprint technology at West Virginia University. He is widely published in industry journals including IEEE and SPIE.


Underprivileged populations worldwide require significant support in several areas, including education, health care, pension schemes, food rations and financial inclusion. In many cases the distribution systems are funded and in place, but orderly and equitable distribution does not occur because of the lack of reliable identity management. Do the intended recipients of food rations actually receive them? Can illiterate day workers control their paychecks? Only a reliable biometric identity solution can assure the answers.

An identity solution for underprivileged populations must be reliable and accessible. Decision makers and solution providers, giving priority to laboratory findings, often forget that there can be dynamic biometric differences between a construction worker, a young person and pensioner. The impact of critical processes such as connectivity, real world biometric performance, dynamic de-duplication, durability of system components and interoperability on total system performance must be properly explored. A good quality image acquisition is mandatory for the success of the above processes.

This presentation will explore the following questions from a solutions perspective: What type of technology will be used? Was the technology tested in a representative environment? Is the system environmental and user friendly? For those who are enrolled, can they get in or not? What are the chances of others getting in without being enrolled? How does multispectral imaging provide answers to most of these and other questions, making it possible today to deploy a reliable, workable, secure and accessible biometric identity solution?

Speaking on November 3

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