Arun Vemury | Program Manager, Science and Technology Directorate
U.S. Department of Homeland Security | United States

Arun Vemury, Program Manager, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Planet Biometrics - Day 3: Standards and Testing: Practical Outcomes
"DHS S&T Biometric and Identity Technology Center and Public/Private/Academic Partnerships"

The DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Biometric and Identity Technology Center is S&T’s core biometric and identity RDT&E capability to drive enduring efficiencies and biometric innovations across DHS. Through the Technology Center, S&T conducts a series of Biometric Technology Rallies with industry solution developers and researchers to encourage industry innovation and advance technologies that support DHS operations. The second rally will take place in April 2019. Rally results will inform DHS planning activities, be shared with industry participants to improve product capabilities, and enable researchers to develop next generation capabilities.

Biography:
Arun Vemury 
serves as the Director of the Biometric and Identity Technology Center, for the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T).
Mr Vemury manages a portfolio of innovative research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) projects to transform people-screening, inspection, and facilitation processes for S&T. His projects have included a number of activities to facilitate implementation of face, iris, and non-contact fingerprint recognition and other complimentary technologies, to enable improved DHS operational capabilities.

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Day 3 @ 11:10

Standards and Testing: Practical Outcomes

In developing innovative biometric systems, it is critical for technologies to undergo evaluation, to ensure standards are met, performance is achieved, and interoperability established. This session will give an insight into the latest testing initiatives and uncover their practical implications.
last published: 17/Jun/19 13:35 GMT
last published: 17/Jun/19 13:35 GMT

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