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ANSI/NIST-ITL Standard 2011 Workshop

held at NIST in Gaithersburg, MD on

March 1-3, 2011

The second workshop was convened on March 1 at NIST. Over 100 persons participated in the workshop, representing a wide spectrum of interested parties, both national and international, public sector and private sector. A summary of the workshop is available.


Tuesday, March 1st: 

Pedro Janices              Keynote: CIBRA 10 Conference
Virginia KannemannThe role of dentistry in the determination of human identity
Bonnie ScheierVoice Working Group
Mark PrzybockiVoice Standard Development Plans
Patrick GrotherType-17 Record (Iris)
Eric AlbertineType-98 Record (Information Assurance)
Bonnie ScheierGeographic Reference Field
Brian FinegoldTOT field; Domain (field 1.013)
Patrick GrotherHash field
John Mayer-SplainResolution Text
Kevin BullmanExpansion of Type-10 (additional body parts)
John Mayer-SplainNew Fields in Type-10 Record
 Best Practice for Facial Capture
Mike HoganConformance to the Standard
 Conformance Assessment

Wednesday, March 2nd : 

Mike McCabeUser-Defined Fields in Type-9
 Deprecation of some Type-9 fields
Mike McCabeImage Stiching in Type-14 Record
Austin HicklinInclusion of Extended Feature Set in Type-9
 Type-19 Record (Plantar) 
Scott CareyType-18 Record (DNA)
Mike McCabeMobile ID
John Mayer-SplainType-20 Record and Type-21 Record
 Traditional Encoding Annex

Anthony Hoang
Will Graves

NIEM Biometrics Domain
Gerry ColemanXML encoding

Thursday, March 3rd:

Craig WatsonWSQ version 3.1



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Created March 8, 2011, Updated November 15, 2019