More than 100 stands already reserved for SDW 2017

07/07/16

More than 100 companies have already reserved stands for next-generation government identity solutions event SDW 2017, which will be held on 26-28 June, 2017 in the QEII Centre in London.

According to the organiser, Science Media Partners, alongside a cutting-edge three-day conference, the event’s two-day exhibition will host 140 of the secure document and government ID industry's leading companies and organisations.

“Demand to exhibit is stronger than ever and, with a year to go, more than 100 stands have already been snapped up”, said Janine Bill, exhibition and sponsorship manager for SDW 2017.

Last year’s event, SDW 2016, saw numbers increase to a record high, with an expanded exhibition and the strongest conference programme to date.

Attendance grew by 6%, with more than 1,800 people from 74 nations participating in the three-day event. The venue was packed with government officials and industry experts exchanging ideas and knowledge, as well as catching up on the latest secure document products and services available in the global marketplace.

The SDW 2016 Exhibition also grew 20% from the previous year to include 130 exhibitors – exhibition space sold out more than six months before the show, prompting organisers to open a second exhibition floor to satisfy demand.

SDW 2016 also hosted an ePassport interoperability testing event (SDW InterOp 2016) featuring document manufacturers, document verification system providers and a number of test laboratories. More than 8,502 crossover tests were performed, with 98% completed successfully. Several important interoperability issues were identified which the industry can now address.

If you are interested in taking the opportunity to showcase your company’s technologies and solutions to industry peers at SDW 2017, click here.

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