ECCA heads to Birmingham for 2017 conference

ECCA, the European Campus Card Association, is to host its annual conference in Birmingham this May.

ECCA's 2017 conference will take place at Jury's Inn hotel, Birmingham
ECCA's 2017 conference will take place at Jury's Inn hotel, Birmingham

Taking place from 21-23 May at Jury's Inn hotel in the city, this year's event marks ECCA's 15th annual conference since it was founded in 2002. It is expected to attract delegates from all over Europe and worldwide, with presentations, research papers and technical workshops presented by speakers from Europe and the US covering a wide range of issues relating to campus card systems and secure eID credentials. 

The conference exhibition centre, which will be attended by leading worldwide card companies and technology developers, will provide an insight into the current and future card technology hardware and software systems.

The workshops will include a range of innovation initiatives including the concept of a common eID solution that will achieve interoperability between institutions on a cross-border basis.

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