Biometrics and IOT Conference in India
"India Biometrics and IOT Conference" was grandly held in India "Silicon Valley" - Bangalore City ITC Hotel. The conference was hosted by the Global Biometrics and Internet of Things (GBITA), and co-organized by ZKTeco India and partners on September 21th, 2019.
The Chairman of ARMATURA Holding, Chairman of Global Biometric Industry Alliance and ZKTeco, Mr.John Che delivered a speech at the conference, expressing his eager vision for the research and application of biometric technology and his best wishes for this conference.
The guests attending the conference included industry leaders or representatives from the United States, Europe, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries, as well as university professors, technical experts from the United States, Singapore, India, and representatives of customers in the Indian market. Gathering India's “Silicon Valley” to explore the development of biometrics and the future development of the Internet of Things.
India Foreign academician, biometrics expert, National Academy of Engineering: Professor Anil K. Jain made a speech for “India's special contribution to the development and application of biometrics”. India Hyderabad University of Technology: Professor Anoop Namboodiri made a speech for “The challenges of biometrics development in security and privacy”. Neeta Nain, Professor of India National Technical University of Malawi, Jaipur, made a speech for the “Development and application of foot palmprint in security”. Karthik Nandakumar, member of the IBM Research Lab in Singapore, made a speech for “Blockchain and biometrics”. Kumar, the Chairman of Smart City Group, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Information Technology of India, made a speech for “Biometrics and smart city”. Ken Brownlee, the CEO of SilkID Corporation, USA, made a speech for “Biometrics - 2020 Development”.
Mr. Jasmeet Bhatia, Director of Marketing and Strategy, Honeywell Group Construction Technologies, Mr. Zheng Yuncheng, Chairman of the Malaysian Biometrics Association, Mr. Xie Chongtong, Chairman of the Thai Smart Security Association and the Thai Biometrics Association, delivered a speech at the opening ceremony.
The India Biometrics and IOT Conference is a platform for the integration of academic and technical exchanges. Industry experts and scholars delivered passionate speeches and exchanged ideas. In the conference, ZKTeco signed the "Joint Laboratory Strategic Cooperation Agreement" with the Hyderabad University of Technology and the National Technical University of Jaipur, and announced the "Global R&D Center in Bangalore, India" official establishment.
Finally, the participating experts, scholars, and representatives signed the Joint Declaration on Biometrics and IOT under the initiative and guidance of the Global Biometrics and IOT Alliance.