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Lockheed Martin Helping US Military to Organize Biometric Data

Lockheed Martin Helping US Military to Organize Biometric Data

The US Army has started testing new intelligence software provided by security and aerospace firm Lockheed Martin. The software is designed not to assist in intelligence gathering, but rather to organize the terabytes of intelligence data already being gleaned by the US intelligence apparatus every day, all over the world. The program is called the…

Biometrics Industry News Roundup: Global Identity Summit and Biometrics UnPlugged

Biometrics Industry News Roundup: Global Identity Summit and Biometrics UnPlugged

This past week FindBiometrics was in Tampa, covering Biometrics UnPlugged and the Global Identity Summit from the ground floor. That didn’t mean it was a week without the regular industry news though, with product launches, partnerships, contract announcements and research reports all making their way onto our radar. Monday was the second annual Biometrics UnPlugged…

Lockheed Martin Played Key Role FBI’s NGI Deployment

Lockheed Martin Played Key Role FBI’s NGI Deployment

The FBI’s Next Generation Identitification (NGI) system is now fully operational, having gone online September 7, 2014. With the NGI system in place, the Bureau has new tools to help identify criminals with greater efficiency and accuracy than the old hard-copy methods. The NGI’s full activation is a major milestone in the world of identity, and…

FBI Activates Next Generation Identification System, Preserves Historical Biometrics

FBI Activates Next Generation Identification System, Preserves Historical Biometrics

This week, the FBI announced that in September it will be doing away with the old cliche storage warehouses full of identity information when its Next Generation Identification (NGI) system becomes fully active. The project, which involves the digitization of over 30 million records, signifies a major milestone for the FBI as it will be…

Lockheed Martin and The FBI’s Next Genration Identification Program [Year in Review 2013]

Lockheed Martin and The FBI’s Next Genration Identification Program [Year in Review 2013]

January 29, 2014 – by the findBIOMETRICS Team       As part of the findBIOMETRICS annual Year in Review survey we don’t only ask experts to participate in our biometrics industry polls, we also provide everyone participating a chance to personally divulge their opinions on the year that was and preview what’s to come over the next…

Reality, Meet Biometrics – findBIOMETRICS Year in Review Part 1

Reality, Meet Biometrics – findBIOMETRICS Year in Review Part 1

January 16, 2014 – by findBIOMETRICS Staff Reality, meet biometrics. The whirlwind that was 2013 saw strong authentication hitting an unprecedented level of public popularity, but at what point did biometrics become so real? As part of our 11th annual industry survey, we asked a wide range of experts int he identity management community the…

Lockheed Martin Launches Technology Hub To Connect Silicon Valley Innovators With Federal Government Needs

SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 28, 2013 — Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] Space Systems Company today announced an initiative aimed at expanding its collaboration with Silicon Valley companies to meet the diverse technology needs of the federal government. Called the Lockheed Martin Silicon Valley Alliance, this technology hub will provide the federal government with greater visibility into…