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SCM scoops German contract
SCM Microsystems to supply more than 700,000 contactless smart card readers for German eID scheme.
Sagem Identification inks Dutch deal
Sagem Identification wins tender to produce, personalise and distribute new Dutch travel documents.
Gloucester police department chooses iDL500
MaxID sells iDL500 handheld biometric reader devices to Gloucester Massachusetts Police Department.
Malaysia opts for Morpho
Morpho signs contract with Malaysian National Registration Department to supply Morpho Civis identity management system.
Infineon ID chips to be made in US-based foundry
Infineon ID chips to be made by IBM in US-based foundry
Global ID cards for INTERPOL
Entrust and INTERPOL deliver global ID cards and service for INTERPOL officers.
All change for UK ID
UK Home Secretary Theresa May outlines plans for biometric passports and ID scheme during House of Commons debate.
Gemalto hits the 10 million mark
Gemalto says it has surpassed the 10 million mark for eDriver’s licenses and electronic registration certificates for vehicles delivered to India.
OTI inks deal with developing country
OTI has signed a contract to supply part of its Magna platform to assist in the modernisation of an un-named developing country’s ID system.
Arkansas taps 3M for licenses
US state of Arkansas awards 3M Security Systems Division a seven-year contract to provide drivers’ license solution.
Thinlams used for Green Card
KSW Microtec supplies LaserCard with custom-designed KSW Thinlams for US Green Card.
Final nail in UK ID cards coffin
New UK government confirms plans to scrap ID cards for British citizens within 100 days.
ID and ePassports to lead N American growth
The North American biometrics market is likely to experience a steady growth rate, with national ID projects, ePassports spearheading growth.
L-1 and World Bank ink MOU
L-1 signs MOU with World Bank as part of initiative to improve the way governments in developing countries deliver services to citizens.
Smart industry shows resilience
The smart card industry has stood up to the rigours of 2009’s economic crisis, according to new figures released by Eurosmart.
New white paper examines ID issues
The Smart Card Alliance’s Identity Council has released a white paper examining solutions to the problem of secure, accurate identity verification.
UK 2nd generation ePassports face the chop
Second generation ePassports face the chop under the new UK Conservative/Liberal coalition government
Government confirms ID cards to be scrapped
The UK’s new Home Secretary Theresa May has confirmed that ID cards will be scrapped.
Next-generation green card unveiled
LaserCard Corporation has announced the introduction of the next-generation US Green Card.
Game over for UK ID card?
New coalition government signals end of ID cards.
12th Asian, Middle East and African High Security Printing Conference
07.10.13 - 09.10.13
connect:ID Conference and Exhibition
17.03.14 - 19.03.14
Washington, DC, USA
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