Exhibitions and Events
Dot Origin participates in various events during the year.
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Dot Origin attends various IT security, physical security, NFC and smart card events every year.
Dot Origin is proudly attending this year’s IFSEC Europe at London ExCel between the 21st and 23rd of June 2016. Partnered with Assa Abloy and STid, we are running several demonstration sessions for our ever-popular Edgeconnector door access control solution throughout the three-day event. Session dates and times to follow, please check back to secure your slot!
Dot Origin exhibited at the Cartes Secure Connexions, The Global Event for Payment, Identification & Mobility between May 5-7 2015 in Washington, DC. Designed to promote smart technologies in North America, the three day event focused on the various problem areas encountered by senior decision makers.
Dot Origin was invited as one of the leading presenters at the Near Field Club meeting in September 2014. Technical Director Dan Isaaman covered a wide range of recent challenges encountered in the world of NFC, as well as potential target markets and applications. Showcasing some of their recent developments, Dan introduced various new mobile apps as well as Dot Origin’s flagship NFC and iBeacon product, the DTAG100, illustrating how its unique TwoWay Tap technology can be used for transfer of voucher, loyalty and payment data at the point of sale.
Another year, another HESCA conference! Aimed at Further and Higher Education institutions, this year’s agenda highlighted attendance recording and monitoring, cashless catering and campus, as well as physical and logical access control. Dot Origin was featuring Read-a-Card, a software solution used by a number of colleges and universities world-wide; EdgeConnector, a groundbreaking, IP-based door access control solution, enabling the integration and management of physical access to buildings using existing IT infrastructure; and the DTAG100, a dynamic NFC tag for digital signage.
Dot Origin was speaking at the UK’s Near Field Club meeting in London on 10th September 2013, which was operated by Smartex. The general theme for the meeting was “NFC: but not for payments” and Dot Origin was contributing with an analysis of the growing market for dynamic NFC tags, entitled “Developments in Dynamic NFC Tags – An examination of some NFC problems, solutions and opportunities.” According to Smartex, “It is always refreshing when a presenter answers the brief, presents confidently, sets the scene with an explanation of the technology, uses real-case examples of the technology in action, excites audience interaction and discussion, and all this without it being an overt sales pitch! This excellent session from Dan Isaaman of Dot Origin was very well received by the Near Field Club at its September 2013 meeting.”
The talk covered the technology behind dynamic tags, and how they can be used to solve a number of problems within the NFC industry, including how to NFC-enable digital signage, how to implement smooth, in-store WiFi connectivity, and how to enable automatic and accurate collection of e-health data from a variety of personal monitoring devices using NFC. Dot Origin’s own solution for adding NFC features to digital advertising platforms, DTAG100, was also on show.
Dot Origin exhibited at Infosecurity Europe in April 2013. Based at Earls Court in London, this is Europe’s number one Information Security event, and Dot Origin was delighted to be attending in partnership with Versatile Security.
Dot Origin exhibited at the annual HESCA conference and exhibition in March 2013 . Aimed at Further and Higher Education institutions, the event focused on the implementation of smart campus cards to provide multiple applications including physical and logical access control, cashless payment and attendance recording and monitoring. Dot Origin was featuring its Read-a-Card software solution, which is already used by many educational customers world-wide, and EdgeConnector, an IP-based door access solution that puts physical access control at the heart of the IT infrastructure by using the existing Active Directory database to manage access rights in real time.
In October 2012, Dot Origin exhibited in partnership with Gemalto and Versatile Security at the Global Security Summit, London. We demonstrated a range of products and solutions including hybrid smart cards for both physical access and IT security, PKI smart card issuance and management tools, and converged IP-based door access using Active Directory for user management and control.
We also attended the European Summit for Microsoft Identity and Access, hosted by Oxford Computer Group (OCG) in partnership with Microsoft. This two day event was held at Microsoft’s UK headquarters in Reading, over the 24th and 25th October. Solutions from Gemalto and Dot Origin showed how a single smart card, issued and managed by Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager (FIM), can be used for multiple applications including Windows user authentication, data security and remote access as well as real-time IP-based physical access.