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Biometrics, 5G and AI Were All Over Mobile World Congress

Biometrics, 5G and AI Were All Over Mobile World Congress

–Listen to FindBiometrics’ audio interviews with identity experts at Mobile World Congress– This year’s Mobile World Congress Barcelona is a wrap, and organizer GSMA is celebrating a very successful event. The mobile alliance says that MWC19 Barcelona saw 109,000 visitors from all over the world, with 55 percent of attendees being senior-level executives and 7,900…

MWC 2019: GSMA’s David Pollington Talks Biometrics and Intelligent Connectivity [AUDIO]

MWC 2019: GSMA’s David Pollington Talks Biometrics and Intelligent Connectivity [AUDIO]

FindBiometrics is reporting live from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, straight from the nexus of biometrics, identity technology and mobility. On day one of the world’s biggest mobility event, FindBiometrics Director of Digital Content, Susan Stover, spoke with David Pollington, Head of Applications and Services, GSMA, about what to expect at this year’s…

NTT to Showcase Facial Recognition, AI and 5G at MWC 2019

NTT to Showcase Facial Recognition, AI and 5G at MWC 2019

Japan’s biggest telecom has officially announced its plans to attend this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and it’s going to put artificial intelligence and 5G technologies in the spotlight. Biometric technology will play an important role in NTT’s AI showcase. The company says one of its exhibits will be of “Smart Airport” solutions including…

NEC, NTT DOCOMO Trial Facial Recognition Over 5G

NEC, NTT DOCOMO Trial Facial Recognition Over 5G

“…with NEC’s ‘Context-aware Service Controller’, the system is designed to dynamically allocate network resources as needed, switching to high-definition images only when faces are detected.” A trial of facial recognition technology from NEC could point to how such technology could be used in the 5G future. The company has announced that it has provided a…

Intel and Foxconn Trail 5G Facial Recognition

Intel and Foxconn Trail 5G Facial Recognition

Intel, Foxconn, and Asia Pacific Telecom (APT) are showcasing the potential applications of 5G-powered facial recognition technology based on Intel’s Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) platform, which uses multiple servers that are geographically dispersed but monitored by a central controller. The companies demonstrated their technologies on APT’s mobile network this week, and highlighted how cloud-based facial…

AUDIO: FindBiometrics Speaks With GSMA’s David Pollington About Biometrics and 5G

AUDIO: FindBiometrics Speaks With GSMA’s David Pollington About Biometrics and 5G

FindBiometrics was in Barcelona this week for Mobile World Congress 2017. Tuesday morning at the conference’s Innovation City exhibit, Mobile ID World and FindBiometrics president Peter O’Neill caught up with David Pollington, the GSMA’s head of Applications & Services. The conversation starts on the topic of how authentication technology fits into the 5G future outlined in…

INTERVIEW: Opus Research’s Dan Miller

INTERVIEW: Opus Research’s Dan Miller

Interview With Dan Miller, Lead Analyst & Founder, Opus Research As connectivity speeds up and spreads out, security and authentication are becoming prime concerns in the Internet of Things and an increasingly mobile-first society. Addressing these concerns, we see voice biometrics and intelligent authentication solutions on the rise. Dan Miller, lead analyst and founder of…

Three Trends From MWC Shanghai

Three Trends From MWC Shanghai

We’re back from Mobile World Congress Shanghai, where FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill moderated two sessions of keynotes and panels. The three day event market the largest mobile industry conference in Asia, and like the original Mobile World Congress, held annually in Barcelona, MWC Shanghai provided a snapshot into the dominant trends in mobility today. Here…

Watch: Identity & Personalisation Keynotes From MWC Shanghai

Watch: Identity & Personalisation Keynotes From MWC Shanghai

Yesterday at MWC Shanghai, FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill took the stage to moderate the Identity & Personalisation keynote session. After providing a brief overview of how biometrics and identity management technologies are evolving along with the advance of mobility and connectivity, O’Neill welcomed KDDI President Takashi Tanaka to the stage, whose presentation was then followed…