SDW 2017: Conference and exhibition registration now live


The organiser of next-generation government and citizen identity event SDW 2017 has revealed that conference and exhibition registration is now live for the event.

Science Media Partners have noted that the industry-leading event will again be held at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London, from 26-28 June 2017.

The three-day SDW conference will bring together senior government officials and leading industry experts in a series of discussions and debates designed to provide an informative, and thought-provoking view of the industry.

This year's themes include a regional spotlight on Africa, mobile and digital ID platforms, smarter borders, countering fraud, biometrics and more…

Meanwhile, the SDW 2017 Exhibition features 140 of the secure document industry's leading companies and organisations.

On display will be a comprehensive showcase of products and services used in the manufacture and supply of secure documents as well as advanced identity technologies including anti-counterfeiting systems.

For conference passes, the first few are on offer at the extremely low price of just £499+VAT (full price £1250 +VAT). Prices rise incrementally as more are sold.

Reduced rates are available for government attendees including a buy one, get one half price offer. Attendees from developing nations also benefit from significant discounts.

Click here to book a conference pass

Entrance to the two-day exhibition is completely free of charge and includes access to all exhibitors, a series of seminar sessions and a multitude of networking opportunities with the 1750 attendees.

Click here to register for the free exhibition


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