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IBG to Support US Army In Biometrics Identity Management
16 April, 2010
The Department of Defence has placed an order on the International Biometric Group to provide support to the US Army's Biometrics Identity Management Agency
IBG Webcast Examined Biometrics Applications in Social Networking
12 March, 2010
Commercial applications in virtual environments and social networking and the use of face recognition technology in mobile applications were the focus of a recent webcast arranged by the International Biometric Group
Webcast covered comparative testing of biometrics products
16 October, 2009
Iris recognition, voice biometrics and contactless fingerprint equipment were featured in round 7 of comparative biometric equipment testing discussed in IBG webcast
Virtual Identity Webcast organised by IBG
15 July, 2009
The International Biometric Group has organised a free webcast on Virtual Identity Trends, Technologies and Applications
Standoff Iris recognition webcast from IBG
11 June, 2009
Free web cast on standoff iris biometrics to be held by the International Biometric Group as part of its monthly educational series
Sensors and surveillance seminar
13 May, 2009
IBG is running a webinar featuring an overview of law enforcement and corrections on behalf of the Sensors, Surveillance and Biometric Technologies Center