SDW 2019 @ Identity Week


11 - 13 June 2019
ExCeL, London, UK

The SDW exhibition and conference brings together governments, security printers, technology suppliers, industry-focused media and more, to promote innovation and new-thinking in the government identity industry.

2019 will be a banner year for SDW with significant expansion in the exhibition hall and an additional day of exhibition compared with previous years.

SDW will form the major component of Identity Week 2019, co-locating with the Planet Biometrics and Digital:ID expos.

With more than 2000 attendees from across the world and 160+ exhibitors, there willl be unparralleled learning and networking opportunities.

Attendees of SDW 2019 can look forward to:

  • A new three rather than two-day expo
  • Interactive roundtables
  • World renowned keynotes
  • Peer-to-peer networking
  • Free knowledge theatres

SDW will centre on secure credentials, but look at a range of themes including:

  • Traveller identification
  • Government to citizen services
  • Document design and manufacture
  • Biometric advances
  • Mobile/online authentication

Browse the SDW wesbite to find out more.

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