CEO of IDEX invited to speak at seminar on Biometrics in Banking and Payments

By | November 16, 2017

Oslo, Norway, 16 November 2017 – CEO of IDEX ASA, Dr Hemant Mardia, is providing the afternoon keynote at the European Association of Biometrics seminar on Biometrics in Banking and Payments in London on 17 November 2017. Dr Mardia’s presentation will reflect on why the new generation of biometric cards are a step change in convenient security, improving security while also optimising the user experience. The opening keynote will be covering the ground breaking development of biometric cards, and more than 18 different banks and financial institutions will participate at the seminar.

The Biometrics in Banking and Payments seminar will provide guidance on how biometrics can be used to optimize key aspects of the banking and payment processes, such as customer interaction, operational efficiency, fraud reduction and prevention. Being a world leader in fingerprint solutions for biometric card products with many years of experience from working with the leading innovators in global payment, Dr Mardia will illustrate some of the key success factors for deployment of biometric cards. The seminar is organised by the European Association for Biometrics (EAB).

For more information about the event: Biometrics in Banking and Payments

Contact:

Charlotte Knudsen, Director of IR and Communications, +47 9756 1959, [email protected]

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 About IDEX

IDEX is a leading developer of advanced off-chip fingerprint sensors and complete system solutions to a range of biometrically-enabled applications, including smart cards, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile. The company’s technology is based on a fundamentally unique architecture that delivers form factor flexibility and superior cost-performance characteristics. IDEX’s total addressable market represents a fast-growing multi-billion unit opportunity.

 IDEX ASA is traded on the Oslo stock exchange under the ticker IDEX.

 For more information, please visit www.idex.no

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