NEW DELHI, INDIA: On the Occasion of the Indo-French Technology Meet 2011 organized by Ubifrance and the French Trade Commission in India, the ICT-Services and Aerospace Department of Ubifrance is bringing leading French companies in the field of Secure Payments and Identification Systems from 19th to 22nd September 2011 in New Delhi, to present their know-how and identify business opportunities in the Indian market.
The Indo-French Technology Meet being organized from 19th September to 1st October 2011 in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, brings together leading French and Indian companies to meet and interact and chalk out strategies for business development. A real concentration of information and expertise, these four days dedicated to the digital securities and smart technologies bring together leading French companies like ID3, Prooftag, Starchip, Elitt, Baracoda, Atos Wordline to present their latest technological developments in the area of Smart Cards, Biometrics, E-Transactions, etc.
The event opens on 19th September 2011, in New Delhi with an interactive session with the experts and decision makers of the Identification systems industry in India. This discussion will set its focus on the rapidly growing Indian market in the field of smart technologies. The session will be followed by a networking lunch and a company site visit. Further to this, these French companies will also be exhibiting at the French Pavilion in the Smart Cards Expo from 20th to 22nd September, 2011 being held at the Ashok Hotel, New Delhi. One-to-one B2B meetings with Indian companies will also be organized at their stand.
India’s Secure Payments and Identification Systems industry is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. This industry owes its growth to the recent initiatives taken by the Government of India like the UIDAI project- providing Unique Identification cards to each citizen of India; electronic driving license; e-passports, health cards and so on.
The Indo-French Technology Meet 2011 provides a unique platform to these French companies to work out business partnerships in the field of digital security with key Indian players and in collaboration with the Government of India for many such upcoming projects in the sector.