NACCU Web Conference Biometrics on Campus - Accurate and Fast

Thursday, June 18, 2015
1 PM Atlantic , 12 PM Eastern , 11 AM Central , 10 AM Mountain , 9 AM Pacific


From federal credential verification requirements to the latest smartphones, in just a few short years biometric identification has moved from beyond the fringe to the latest must-have technology. Successful iris identification implementations at Georgia Southern and several other university dining halls are proving that the technology works. This presentation will feature discussions on campus biometric applications, addressing system integration and privacy concerns.


Fee: $0


Richard Wynn, Georgia Southern University
David Stallsmith, Director of Product Management, ColorID

Richard Wynn has been in both the public and private side of university card programs since 1997 working for small startups and large universities. He has championed several innovative technologies to provide campuses with successful biometric, access control, printing, laundry, and stored value systems. Richard is currently the Director of the Eagle Card Program for Georgia Southern University.

David Stallsmith is Director of Product Management for ColorID, a leading provider of identification systems and components across North America. By communicating complicated technical information in understandable terms, he has helped hundreds of government agencies, universities and other institutions with their decision-making processes regarding contactless smart card and biometric technologies. He is an annual presenter at the National Association of Campus Card Users conference and has presented at other card and identification-related conferences in the United States, Canada and Europe.

More Information
If you have questions, please contact Jörrun Liston, NACCU Education Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 406-493-0622

HID Global: Helping Higher Education Maximise The Value Of Their Campus Ids

The world of higher education is in the middle of an unprecedented period of expansion.

Those responsible for the security of students and staff, facilities and assets are under increasing pressure to deliver a security infrastructure that will not only meet current and future needs but also provide a range of value added applications.

This White Paper explores the advantages of the smart card, examines the benefits of new technologies and the rise of different applications while looking at future trends that will impact your long-term security strategy.

Read about the challenges of creating a future-proof access control solution and the range of value-added applications that are transforming life both on and off campus for students, staff and visitors.
Learn about the relationships that are being developed between educational organisations and third party providers such as banks and transport providers.
Find out how smartphones carrying digital keys are being used to streamline the card management process.
Download the White Paper gives invaluable insight into the current and future direction of the contactless smart card solution within the educational environment. It provides comprehensive overview of the trends that are influencing the deployment and management of student ID cards today, tomorrow and in the future.

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Call for Presentations

European Campus Card Association (ECCA) 2015 Conference

May 24th-26th, 2015 in Prague (Czech Republic)

Devoted to innovative use of smart card and mobile contactless technologies, designed to improve the services offered within universities campuses, ECCA 2015 will accept presentations that offer attendees pioneering practices, real and sustainable solutions and a view on future trends.

ECCA Best Presentation Award 2014


This year’s ECCA Conference Best Presentation Award, sponsored by Santander Universities was given to Haiko te Neues, responsible for software development and it-security at the department for information services at Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), for the presentation entitled “Introducing NFC technology for Strong Authentication”.

About Us

The mission of the association is to assist the institutions of higher education in the Member States of the European Union and other European Countries to implement and operate campus card programmes by facilitating information exchange, by developing European standards where appropriate and by acting as a forum for interaction between the institutions and other agencies with an interest in campus card applications in Higher Education.


For general information about European Campus Card Association, please contact us at:
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