Biometrics Analytics, Big Data and Biometric-Enabled Intelligence— Next-Generation Capabilities and Opportunities
The proliferation of new collection devices, a range of new developments in recognition technologies, innovative approaches to sensor and data fusion, and the emergence of powerful analytic tools give defense, intelligence, homeland security, and law enforcement officials important new capabilities to carry out their missions. Now, experts are working on the ability to marry biometric information with intelligence artifacts and products from the non-biometric environment. Add to this the emergence of new “big data” tools, technologies and capabilities for analyzing largescale data inputs from multiple sources, and biometric-enabled intelligence promises to provide a powerful new means of analyzing and predicting risks from potential enemy actions in near-real time.
This outstanding symposium brings together the government and industry experts who are at the forefront of developing the next generation of analytics-based biometrics. They will provide you with a comprehensive picture of DoD, Homeland Security, FBI and Intelligence Community biometric and biometric data analytics plans, needs, technical challenges and emerging capabilities and opportunities.
- What is the status and future of key Government biometric and biometric data analytics programs and initiatives?
- How can we cope with, much less manage, the everincreasing volume of biometric inputs?
- How can the large-scale analytics associated with “big data” help? What role will “the cloud” play?
- What are the latest advances in biometric data analytics for dealing with the challenges in active identity authentication in mobile environments?
- What are the prospects for on-demand identity intelligence? Rapid, real-time DNA analysis?
These and many other critical questions will be addressed during this important two-day event!
Over 25 Leading Experts from DFBA, OASD/R&E, DIA, DHS, TRADOC, DARPA, IARPA/DNI, OUSD-I, NSWC, NIST, FBI, NRL, NIJ/DOJ, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, BAE, Unisys, Booz Allen Hamilton, SRI, Applied Identity Solutions, NetBio, InCadence, IntegenX, and AOptix examine:
- OSD, Services, INTEL Community, DHS, FBI, DOJ Opportunities, Needs, and Initiatives
- Biometric-Enabled Intelligence – From Headquarters to the Tactical Edge
- Emerging “Big Data” Biometrics Opportunities – Selecting Missions and Applications
- The Latest Tools and Techniques for Collecting, Processing, Exploiting and Disseminating Biometric Data/Big Data Analytics
- Next-Gen Technologies – Mobile, Multi-Modal Biometrics; Biometric Fusion; Biometrics in the Cloud; Streaming Video Analytics, and more
Who You Will Meet
Some of the Titles who have Attended Past Events
- Presidents/Vice Presidents
- Sr. Directors
- Directors, IT
- Directors, Information Systems
- Directors, Intel
- Directors, Business Development Managers
- Program Directors
- Chief Sales Executives
- Chief Engineers
- Sr. Engineers
- Business Development Managers
- Sr. Managers, Federal Accounts
- Sales Directors
- Cyber Operations Analyst
- Program Managers
- Project Managers
- Product Managers
- Commanding Officers
- Technology Officers
- Manager of Network Operations
- Manager of Network Security
- Systems Analysts
- Information Assurance Officers
- Information Protection Specialists
- Intel Evaluators
- Engineering Leads
- Operations Managers
- C4ISR Requirements
Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge
1900 North Fort Myer Drive,
Arlington, VA 22209
Tel: (703) 807-2000)
(Mention “Technology Training” for a special room rate)
Attendee accommodations must be arranged directly with the hotel.
Attendance is limited to US, NATO, and allied countries only.
- Mr. Don Salo, Director, Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency (DFBA), DoD/US Army
- Dr. John Boyd, Director, Defense Biometrics and Forensics, OASD/R&E
- Mr. Dalton Jones, Senior Biometrics, Forensics & Identity Intelligence Executive, DIA
- Mr. James Loudermilk, Senior Level Technologist, Director’s Office, FBI
- Mr. Christopher Miles, Biometrics Program Manager, Science & Technology Directorate, DHS
- Mr. James Flippen, Senior Research Scientist, Naval Surface Weapons Center
- Dr. Thomas Callaghan, Senior Biometric Scientist, Biometrics Analysis Section, FBI
- Dr. Mark Burge, Program Director, IARPA, DNI
- Dr. Richard Guidorizzi, Program Manager, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
- Mr. William Vickers, President/Chief Executive Officer, Applied Identity Solutions
- Ms. Kathy DeBolt, Deputy Capabilities Manager, Biometrics & Forensics, US Army TRADOC
- Mr. Christopher Munn, Chief, Biometrics, Forensics & Identity Intelligence, OUSD-I
- Ms. Mary Theofanos, Program Manager, Office of Data and Informatics, NIST
- Dr. Myriam Abramson, Computer Scientist, Naval Research Laboratory
- Dr. Mark Greene, Program Manager, National Institute of Justice, Department of Justice
- Mr. Terry Hartmann, Vice President, Security and Identity Solutions, Unisys Corp.
- Mr. Mark Clifton, Vice President & General Manager, Product and Services Division, SRI Intl.
- Dr. Charles Li, Technical Director, Border Security, Identity Management and Biometrics, Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems
- Mr. Anthony Iasso, President, InCadence Strategic Solutions
- Mr. Erik Bowman, Chief Engineer, DoD ABIS, Northrop Grumman
- Dr. Geof Meltzner, Program Manager, Electronic Systems, BAE Systems
- Mr. Bret Light, Program Manager, IntrepID, Lockheed Martin
- Dr. Richard Selden, Chief Executive Officer, NetBio
- Mr. Tristan Lang, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Mr. Joe Wyrwas, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Mr. Chuck Yort, Chief Technology Officer, AOptix
- Dr. Joseph DiZinno, Senior Director, Federal Programs, IntegenX