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ID WORLD Abu Dhabi / 3-4 April, 2011
lundi 4 octobre 2010 , Sandrine Beaujon
Contribute to the fourth annual EMEA summit
If you have not yet submitted a call for papers to secure your speaking slot at ID WORLD Abu Dhabi 2011 on April 3–4, the fourth annual EMEA summit on security, mobility and traceability, this week is your last chance to do so. The deadline for receiving Call for Paper submissions is 31st January 2011.
As the first appointment of 2011 in Wise Media’s drive to take the entire ID WORLD concept, with its different ramifications and special initiatives, to key regions and markets where the ID Revolution continues its reach, ID WORLD Abu Dhabi offers a crucial platform for you to communicate your needs, thought leadership or solutions to a high profile audience – whether you are an end-user, government agency or technology innovator.
The event, hosted under the patronage of UAE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, H.H. Sheik Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan takes place at the prestigious Yas Hotel on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. ID WORLD Abu Dhabi 2011 is furthermore endorsed by the European Commission, the Emirates Identity Authority and Abu Dhabi Police.
Once again, the event will host the Citizen ID Forum, the Transportation Security Forum and the Asset Tracking Forum that in the last seven years, took place as separate events in Berlin, Rome, Vienna, Istanbul, Milan, Amsterdam, Paris and three times in Abu Dhabi. The event will also include four special initiatives : the Global Migration Summit, Postal Innovation, HealthTech Innovation and the NFC Academy.
A Global and Regional Focus
In 2011, ID WORLD Abu Dhabi will focus on the following topics :
> Critical Infrastructure Security (from hubs and government installations to high security manufacturing and industrial plants, energy and oil and gas infrastructures)
> Next Generation User Experience (from self-service to mobility 2.0 : a new customer-centric approach to secure service delivery)
> Global Migration Trends (From citizen ID to citizen history – from legal to illicit – the economic impact of migration control and security)
> Recent Developments in Transportation Security (new and emerging state-of-the art projects and applications : airport, rail stations, seaports and subway stations)
> Recent Developments in Citizen ID (emerging government-driven citizen ID projects and their implications for improved citizen-centric services and national security in the era of global mobility)
> Key Citizen ID Projects : a second look at firsts (prime pioneering Citizen ID projects worldwide, including National ID projects, Voter Registration systems and Entitlement Schemes)
> Key Projects aimed to Secure our Borders : a second look at firsts (existing pioneering projects which have improved process performance and security in the transportation security industry)
> Traceability and Object-to-Object Communications (supply chain management, unique identification, anti-counterfeiting, ID in healthcare, innovations in postal services and express shipping, animal ID, RTLS in asset tracking)
> Mobility and Payments (growth in contactless, online security and authentication, mobile money, smart stickers and NFC, retail and leisure)
> Future Cities (urban security, mobility, waste diversion, energy efficiency)
> ID Technologies (future of RFID, future of barcode, future of biometrics, future of cards)
How to Submit an Abstract for ID WORLD Abu Dhabi 2011
All individuals with significant professional experience in research, development, manufacturing, system integration, consulting, market analysis, or management within companies or organizations active in the fields of RFID, biometrics, smart cards, AIDC, GPS or their applications, are invited to submit an abstract to the Technical Committee of the ID WORLD International Congress for evaluation at conference (at) idworldevents.com
Companies and individuals interested in submitting abstracts for consideration on any of these topics, must ensure contributions are original, previously unpublished and submitted in English. Abstracts will be evaluated on the basis of content, originality, topicality, clarity and caliber of the speaker. Abstracts should reflect the scope of the event, which is the diffusion of high level information and know-how regarding state-of-the-art technologies in the different segments of automatic identification and its applications. Please note that in the selection process, case histories and end-user presentations will be favored. The congress aims to be an informative event ; as such, any commercial presentations will be rejected.
In order to be evaluated, candidates should provide the following data :
• Author’s name
• Author’s company/organization and position
• Author’s short bio/CV (narrative form, approx. 200 words)
• Author’s portrait (high resolution, 300 dpi)
• Author’s full contact details (address, email, telephone, fax)
• Title of the presentation (max. 15 words)
• Abstract of the presentation (min 200 words, max 300 words)
• Topic suitable for the presentation (only one)
Selected speakers need to register as conference delegates in order to accept the speaking slot (discounted fee applies).
For full information on ID WORLD Abu Dhabi 2011, please go to : www.idworldabudhabi.com.
We would be delighted to assist you with any additional information you might find useful and hope your agenda allows you to participate in ID WORLD Abu Dhabi 2011. If so, I look forward to receiving your abstract by the deadline of 31st January 2011.
ID WORLD Abu Dhabi 2011
Abu Dhabi, April 3-4
The Yas Hotel
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