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The European Association for Biometrics

The EAB is a non-profit organization seeking to advance the proper and beneficial use of biometrics in Europe, and abroad, and established on December 1st, 2011. During the inaugural meeting on 17th November 2011 the founding members, representing 14 institutions from 10 different European countries, have chosen the founding members of the Management Board and taking into account the interests of European citizens, industries, academia and operators, including governments. The board members are all seasoned and well respected individuals from the European biometrics and identity community. The European Association for Biometrics (EAB) is the primary European multi stakeholder platform for biometrics. The EAB targets its activities interests include Communication and community building, Training and education, Research and programme development. The EAB engages stakeholders from all European countries including the European Commission and the European Parliament, by establishing a pan European network of national contacts points and platforms and by providing a program that appeals to common needs. The EAB is committed to contribute to the development of technologies and services that ensure safety, security, interoperability and the protection of human rights, including the right to privacy. The need for understanding and exploiting the current and emerging technologies and services for the automated recognition of human identity is of increasing importance to the economic and social welfare and deserves a concerted, multidisciplinary and sustained effort. The European context, with its unique diversity, interdependence, heritage and values creates special requirements and opportunities for the development of such biometric technologies and services to maximise the benefit for the citizens and to protect society from any possible adverse side effects. The European Association for Biometrics envisions and strives for a future where biometric and allied technologies are used in the service of Europe and for the benefit of all.

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