Federal Identity Forum & Exposition (formally known as the Global Identity Summit) and Homeland Security Conference 2017 were successfully held in Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA at September 12-14th 2017.
AFCEA International is a non-profit association for professionals that connects innovative people, great ideas and vital solutions to advance global security. The purpose is to bring together the companies that can provide the most advanced solutions in biometrics, physical security and cybersecurity for U.S. government agencies. During the event, ZKTeco displayed their latest innovations in biometric technologies like palm vein recognition, finger vein recognition, high capacity facial recognition and facial recognition which works in brightly lit environments. We had disclosed our innovations to more than 100 visitors at our booth in last two days and various agencies like Department of Defense, FBI, NIST etc. had shown their interests in our products and technologies.
ZKTeco displayed the most advanced biometrics products including fingerprint reader and module (SLK20), Fingerprint & Finger-Vein reader and module (FPV10), Palm-Vein reader and module (PV10), Android Handheld Terminal (HB510), Time Attendance & Access Control Terminal (inSun100) and Embedded Facial Recognition Video Camera (FC1000).
Manish Dalal, President of ZKTECO USA and Peter O’Neill, President & Founder of FindBiometrics, had a great conversation about the various applications of these new technologies in the government and private sectors. They also discussed about the wide-scale use of facial recognition technology after the introduction of this technology in the most popular smartphone.