Publicly-funded research projects need to stay close to the practical problems they seek to solve and so the PROTECT project team held a second Stakeholder Group workshop on 5th July at the University of Reading. Professor James Ferryman, who coordinates PROTECT, welcomed some 30 or so participants from business, government and the project team itself.
It is rare that innovation springs from a single talented individual or group. Often several teams are working on the same idea and this can be competitive or supportive, depending on how you look at it. So it is with the development of a contactless, walk/drive-through biometric border control system using ePassports and mobile devices.
Urszula Mlodziejowska – Seredyn (Polish Border Guard) will present PROTECT during BIOMETRICS IN AVIATION conference organized by European Association for Biometrics (EAB) in cooperation with IATA, on 12th June 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal
The World Border Security Congress is a high level 3 day event that will discuss and debate current and future policies, implementation issues and challenges as well as new and developing technologies that contribute towards safe and secure border and migration management.
On the 7th and 8th February the PROTECT consortium visited two Polish land border crossing points at Dorohusk and Terespol. The visit began with a meeting the Nadbużański Unit of the Polish Border Guard in Chelm. During this meeting, representatives of PBG presented an overview of the land borders between Poland and Ukraine Poland and Belarus. The PROTECT partners presented an overview of the PROTECT vision and objectives.
Prof. James Ferryman, PROTECT coordinator, will present the PROTECT project at the Home Office Science and Engineering Conference (HOSEC) conference to be held at the Royal Society, London, on 28th February 2017.
The event, which addresses identity assurance today and tomorrow, will include views from government, future identity technology innovations and market trends from industry, academic views on the virtualisation of identities, virtual identity in practice, and identities at the border.
The BMVA provides a national forum for individuals and organisations involved in machine vision, image processing, and pattern recognition in the United Kingdom. Its principal aims are to:
- represent the UK machine vision community, nationally and internationally
- promote knowledge of machine vision and pattern recognition
- encourage practical applications of the technology
- facilitate the rapid transfer of research results to industry
The Biometrics Institute was founded in July 2001 responding to an industry need for an independent and impartial international forum for the sharing of knowledge and information about biometrics and to provide best-practice guidance around the responsible use of biometrics.
The organisation is unique in that it has been set up as a user group with a majority of user members such as government departments and organisations using or planning to use biometrics running the association
Second PROTECT Stakeholder Workshop
7 Jul, 2017
PROTECT Data collection week
27 Jun, 2017
PROTECT – We Are Not Alone
15 Jun, 2017
Consortium meeting in University of Salzburg
1 Jun, 2017
PROTECT at Biometrics in aviation (EAB)
1 Jun, 2017
PROTECT PRESENTED DURING FRONTEX WORKSHOP
23 May, 2017
PROTECT at Border Technologies Summit
19 May, 2017