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What industry said about the last global border control technology summit
'I really enjoyed the conference and congratulate the organisers for their insight. The presenters were well prepared and delivered their topics with authority and conviction.’

(Director of Immigration, Turks and Caicos Island)
divider ‘The best line up of speakers I have seen yet’

(Claudia Heger, Austrian State Printing House)
divider ‘This event will play a vital role in expediting the selection process and highlighting those technologies that are competitors and partners…’

(Jack Hendriksen, Identix.)
Border Control Technology Summit 2
Border Control Technology Summit 2

Attend this event to find out exactly how leading e-passport, e-border and other ID technology projects are progressing, and how the second wave of national governments are meeting their goals

How do we ensure the processes and systems for identification at borders are working TODAY?

Due to demand from national governments and other end-users and integrators involved in the deployment of e-passports or other border security measures using biometric technology, London Business Conferences are pleased to be hosting ‘Border Control 2, a new event dedicated to helping end users IMPLEMENT the best possible solutions in producing, issuing and reading biometric travel and ID documents.

‘BORDER CONTROL 2’ will develop the themes first introduced at the Border Control Technology Summit (Selfridge Hotel, London, July 11 and 12th 2005) relating to the development of identification technologies.

The event is designed for 'second wave' countries wishing to learn from the experiences of earlier adopters. Top-level international speakers will provide specific updates from ongoing e-passport deployments and will cover in detail the practical implementation challenges.

Delegates will attend in order to hear the experiences of other players in the same field and learn from the different approaches taken by border agencies and national governments to secure and improve processes at the border.

First Border Control Technology Summit

The first Border Control Technology Summit was a sell-out event attracting 200 attendees from over 20 different countries including:

UK, USA, Australia, Cayman Islands, Austria, Turks and Caicos Islands, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Canada, New Zealand, France, Switzerland, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Sweden, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Colombia, Poland.

“I really enjoyed the conference and congratulate the organisers for their insight. The presenters were well prepared and delivered their topics with authority and conviction.”

(Director of Immigration, Turks and Caicos Island)

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Early adopters of new border control technologies will speak including national government representatives from New Zealand and the UK.

Key Speakers Include:

Maureen Cooney, Acting Chief Privacy Officer at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
divider James A. Williams, Director, US-VISIT Program. US Department of Homeland Security.
divider Api Fiso, Group Manager - Border Security Group Workforce (Immigration), Department of Labour, New Zealand
divider Bernard Herdan, Chief Executive, UK Passport Service
divider Max Snijder, CEO, European Biometrics Forum
divider Mr. Susumu Kitamura, Passport Division, Consular Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
divider Janette Haughton, Assistant Secretary, Identity Branch, DIMIA, Australia
divider Thomas Wahlberg, Project Manager, Swedish National Police Board
divider Andreas Reisen, Department IT4 - Biometrics, Travel documents and Registration, Federal Ministry of the Interior
divider Chris Hurrey, Assistant Director, Project Semaphore, UK Home Office
divider Surapol Maneepong, Director, Information and Communication Technology Centre, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thailand
divider Keith Wood-Smith, Member of Project Team, EU VIS, European Commission, Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security


Co-sponsors - Sokymat
Co-sponsors - ACG id
Co-sponsors - Viisage


Partner - Borderpol

Partner - European Biometrics Forum

Partner - Keesing

Partner - Product and Image Security

Partner - Smart Card Alliance

Partner - World Security Index

Partner - ISIO

Partner - Security Document World

Partner - International Association for Biometrics

Partner - Acuity

Partner - eUpdate

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