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The brochure for Advanced Identification Systems with Biometrics &
Security 2006 has been set and is available for download at!

Join your colleagues, customers, competitors, and government partners
at 2006's premier event for identification! AIS 2006 will be held in
Washington, DC on December 6-8, 2006 at the Crystal City DoubleTree
Hotel and is expected to draw 300+ people and 25 exhibitors. If you
invest in, integrate, engineer, or manufacture identification systems,
solutions, products, or ID technology, or provide raw materials or
electronic components to manufacturers, do not miss this conference!
This conference is co-chaired by Terry Hartmann, Unisys; Grant Evans,
A4 Vision; Scott Carr, Digimarc; and Benjamin Brink, U.S. Government
Printing Office. Our distinguished list of contributing organizations

A4 Vision
Cisco Systems
Cross Match
Computer Sciences Corporation
International Association for Biometrics
International Biometrics Industry Association
International Biometric Group
ImageWare Systems
Infineon Technologies
NEC America
Nortel Government Solutions
Northrop Grumman IT
Operational Research Consultants
Panasonic System Solutions
Philips Semiconductors
Precise Biometrics
Sagem Defense
Sagem Morpho
Smart Card Alliance
SRA International
Sun Microsystems
The Keyser Group

Advanced Identification Systems 2006 is the leading international
technical conference designed to break new ground in the discussion and
advancement of identification systems, solutions, products, and
document/ID technology by bringing together leading industry experts,
government, investors, and technology-minded organizations. With the US
Government alone spending $8 billion on identity systems and another
$14 billion on secure ID systems (Stanford Research Group) and the
market for biometrics exploding to more than $6 billion in the next 5
years, can your organization afford to miss this once-in-a-lifetime
gathering of industry experts, brilliant technologists, and government
officials? Spending on domestic security across all U.S. federal
agencies is expected to reach $58 billion in fiscal 2007 - up from
$16.8 billion in 2001, according to the Office of Management and
Budget. Additionally, states and cities are annually contributing $20
billion to $30 billion more, Gartner Inc. estimates.

This conference will address the challenges producers, purchasers, and
users are facing in the development and deployment of identification
and biometric solutions for government, law enforcement, security,
transportation, telecommunications, high-tech and IT, financial
services, retail commerce, and document/ID. Subject areas to be
addressed include: civil, criminal, and consumer ID, physical access
control, device/system access, surveillance, border control, passenger
tracking, image processing, intelligent video, time & attendance,
identity management, government initiatives, smart cards, document
security, computer vision, interoperability, standards, privacy,
algorithms, scalability & implementation, mobile ID, facial
recognition, iris recognition, AFIS/live-scan, multi biometrics,
sensors, token systems, 3D recognition, and much, much, MORE!

Plus, make the most of your time in Washington, DC and sign up for our
two three-hour pre-conference seminars, to be held December 6th -
Seminar 1: Taking Biometrics into New Markets and Seminar 2: Biometric
Sensors, Legacy Access Control Systems and Match On Card. Please check
the conference website for

Advanced Identification Systems 2006 is sponsored by Sagem Morpho,
Inc., and brought to you in association with,
International Biometric Group, International Biometric Industry
Association, International Association for Biometrics, European
Biometrics Forum, Biometric Watch, Biometrics Institute, Biometric
Insight, Advanced Imaging Magazine, and Business International.

The early bird registration expires October 27th, so register now and
save $100! You can register online at, by fax: +1-207-781-2150, by
telephone: USA +207-781-9622 or by email: Removed).
Opportunities for exhibiting, sponsoring, and attending are available,
however this conference is expected to sell out. Feel free to contact
Peter H. Cheesman directly at USA +207-781-9624 or
(E-Mail Removed) if you have any questions.

See you this December in the security capital of the world, Washington,


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