Conference Day 2

Identification is a critical topic and Governments and & Organisation across the globe are building the next generation digital identity systems to benefit its citizens socially and economically. Subsequently, the market for government identification (ID) documents is increasingly moving from physical security elements that typically relied on paper or plastic to adding digital security elements. Across the full spectrum – from IDs and passports to voting cards and driving licenses – digital identity solutions have the potential to improve national security, limit identity fraud and enable more convenient, automated identification and authentication services for citizens.

In addition, embedded chips must safeguard privacy by offering robust protection against unauthorized access. In addition, these cards must support flexible deployment scenarios to accommodate the growing number of multi-application schemes – combining eID with ePurse and eHealth, for instance. Performance is also key to meet rising citizen demands for convenience and speedy, contactless processing. Technological developments in the field of identification and transit, authentication & documents, and of consumer privacy & convenience will be at the heart of this panel discussion, with particular emphasis on security needs and user-friendliness.

Identity, Authentication and Fraud

  • Identity authentication and fraud solutions to reach US$28 billion by 2023
  • The global market for ID credentials – including passports, national identity cards, driver’s licenses, visas, health cards, voter IDs and birth documents – is expected to reach USD 10.66 Billion by 2023.
  • The Asia Pacific is the fastest growing global region for the identity market, proving itself to be one of the world’s major identity hubs driving innovation and development.
  • The Asia Pacific digital identity solutions market is anticipated to grow by 21% annually with a total addressable market cap of $148.74 billion over 2020-2030.

Passenger Mobility
International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, a near doubling of the 4 billion air travelers who flew in 2017.

Time Program
10:00 AM Registration
Inaugural Session
10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Welcome of Chief Guest / Lamp Lighting Ceremony
Opening Remarks by Co-organizer by Messe München
Introductory remark by Mr. Nakul Pasricha, President, ASPA
Keynote Address by Guest Mr. Ajay Srivastav, Former Director (Technical), SPMCIL
Felicitation of Guest by Sponsor
11:00 AM – 11:20 AM Presentation 1
Learning from Identity Fraud Report 2022 by Mr. Vineet Johar, Director – Operations, Onfido
11:20 AM – 11:40 PM Presentation 2:
Security for the next generation of Govt issued ID’s – Opportunities and challenges – Mr. Vishal R Soni, Director of Sales, Secure Issuance, South Asia, HID India
11:40 PM – 11:45 PM Question and Answer
11:45 PM – 11:50 PM Felicitation of speakers
11:50 AM – 12:15 PM Networking Tea Break
12:15 PM – 12:35 PM Presentation 3:E-Governance Solutions in Transportation and Transit
12:35 PM – 01:10 PM Panel discussion: Way ahead in identification in Government and Transit
Moderator: Mr. Ayush Batra, Executive Director, Colorplast*
• Panelist 1: Mr. Golok K Simli, Principal Advisor and Chief Technology Officer, Ministry of External Affairs.
• Panelist 2: Mr. Manoj Kochar, Vice-President, ASPA / Board Member, International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA)
• Panelist 3: Mr Lokesh Dabra, Regional Sales Director – INDICO, Identity & Biometric Solutions, Thales
• Panelist 4: Mr. Shamim Alam, Business Manager, HP
01:10 PM – 01:15 PM Question and Answer
01:15 PM – 01:20 PM Felicitation of speakers
01:20 PM – 01:30 PM Closing remarks & Vote of thanks
01:30 PM Networking Lunch