LONDON – The Biometrics Institute recently hosted Biometrics 2016, its annual international gathering in London to share expert insights into the responsible use of biometrics. Integrated Biometrics, an active member of The Biometrics Institute, participated in sending a team to network and share best practices in electronic fingerprint enrollment and verification.
The conference marked a celebration of The Biometrics Institute’s 15-year anniversary of promoting the responsible use of biometrics as an independent and impartial international user group. The organization has 213 member organizations representing close to 900 individuals from 26 countries.
Over the years the Biometrics Institute established several committees to provide expert advice and develop guiding material for members. It now has four Expert Groups including Digital Services, Privacy, Technology Innovation and Vulnerability Assessments and two User Groups including Academic Users and Borders and Major Programs.
For more information visit www.biometricsinstitute.org.
About Integrated Biometrics
Integrated Biometrics (IB), a pioneer in biometric fingerprint technology, designs and manufactures advanced, high-resolution touchless and FBI-certified contact identity solutions for government, law enforcement, military, social services, and a wide range of commercial applications. IB’s lightweight scanners, supported by our patented light-emitting sensor (LES) technology, outperform traditional fingerprint devices in size, power consumption, portability, and reliability. Global organizations rely on IB’s products to enroll and verify identities quickly and accurately, even in remote locations under extreme conditions. Commercial enterprises, government and financial services organizations depend on IB to build innovative, secure applications to establish identity in accordance with national and international standards.