Asia-Pacific Conference 2017
17-18 May 2017 | Dockside, Sydney, Australia
Now in it's 17th year, the Asia-Pacific Conference continues to bring together biometric users from key government agencies, commercial organisations and technology providers to share ideas, discuss the opportunities biometrics offer and implementation challenges.
Whether your objectives are to find out future trends, learn about latest technologies and applications, or gather strategic and technical information, this annual event presents an unparalleled opportunity to meet with the experts in their field.
Session themes include:
How is Biometrics applied at the borders and for law enforcement in the US? Find out from:
James Loudermilk, Senior Level Technologist,
Science & Technology Branch
Federal Bureau of Investigation, USA
Patrick Nemeth, Director, Identity Operations Division
Office of Biometric Identity Management
Department of Homeland Security
Iris Scanning at land and sea checkpoints – hear about Singapore’s plans
Clarence Yeo, Commissioner
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Singapore
Travel identification assurance – latest initiatives globally, for Australia and New Zealand
David Philp, General Manager, Identity and Passport Services
Service Delivery and Operations Branch
Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand
(Also Chair ICAO Implementation and Capacity Building Working Group)
Stephen Gee, Assistant Secretary, Passport Policy & Integrity Branch
Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
Plus, other topical issues:
* Facial recognition – an update on international standards on facial assessments plus the latest on the national facial matching capability project
* National Identity management – what’s happening in various countries
* The Biometrics Institute’s revised Privacy Guidelines – what you need to know
* Biometrics and national development goals – how are developing nations considering the use of biometrics
* Latest technical research...and many more...
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Call for Academic Posters now open
The conference will include a ½-day Academic Session on the 18 May 2017. Submissions of abstracts on original work are now open as either an oral and poster presentation or a poster only presentation. The submissions will be reviewed by the Biometrics Institute Expert Groups.
This is a unique opportunity for you and your research organisation/university to present your most recent scientific advances in biometric research and development, to representatives from government, industry and the biometric user sector.
Submission deadline for contributions: Wednesday 19 April 2017
Please note the following registration fees. User = government agency or other user of biometric technologies i.e. financial institution. Supplier = system integrator, consultant, manufacturer etc.
User Member (incl.GST) AUD$1,205
User Non-Member (incl.GST) AUD$1,712
Supplier Member (incl.GST) AUD$1,480
Supplier Non-Member (incl.GST) AUD$1,915
University Subscribers (incl.GST) AUD$223
University Non-Subscribers (incl.GST) AUD$334