Multi-national biometric systems: The challenges in design and architecture
13.45 | Thursday 20 October
This talk provides a brief summary of some of the unique challenges encountered when designing multi-national biometric systems. The talk will focus on the design implications of the multiple laws and rules in the areas of data handling, data quality, handling multiple standards and interfaces, work practices, service levels and reporting. The talk will conclude with a discussion on relevancy in future systems.
Craig Wormack, Engineering Manager, Northrop Grumman
Craig has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and has worked in the field of biometrics systems for 24 years. He has additional eight years of experience in developing, modelling and engineering real-time computer systems. He has spent many years evaluating biometric vendor algorithms, writing niche biometric algorithms, writing bespoke algorithms to improve effectiveness of vendor algorithms within systems, and creating performance models.
The Seminar Programme is free to attend. Space is available on a first-come first-served basis.
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