The State of Biometrics: Reflections on the 2007 Biometric Consortium Conference & Technology Expo

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Teleconference Scheduled on How Events from Last Week's BCC Suggest the Future of Biometrics

IBG, the industry's premier independent developer and integrator of biometric systems and solutions for identification and authentication, is pleased to announce its upcoming teleconference: The State of Biometrics: Reflections on the 2007 Biometrics Consortium Conference and Technology Expo, to be held Thursday, September 20th, at 1 pm ET. In recent years, the BCC has yielded significant technological advancements and industry announcements. However, 2007's BCC lacked dominant headlines and more prominently displayed increasing levels of competition and differing opinions on the direction of the industry.

IBG Senior Consultant Victor Lee will spend 20 minutes discussing the events of the Biometric Consortium Conference and their implications for the future of the biometrics industry.

  •     Biometrics' tipping point state
  •     Industry need for independent visionary guidance and direction
  •     Strategies for reinvigorating the biometrics community
  •     Anticipation and mitigation of tensions within the industry
  •     Perceptions and attitudes towards biometrics
  •                     Forward-looking guidance

Dial-in Phone Number: 303-262-2004
Audience URL: http://www.biometricgroup.com/webcon

Since 1996, IBG has been the industry's premier independent developer and integrator of identification systems and solutions, providing world-renowned consulting services for financial services, law enforcement, border management, retail, transportation security, and other key markets. Headquartered in New York City, with additional locations in Washington, DC, San Francisco, and London, IBG provides identification & authentication solutions around the world for Fortune 500 and government organizations.

Contact:
Peter H. Cheesman - IBG
Phone: +1.212.809.9491
Email: pcheesman @ biometricgroup.com

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