Mobile Driver’s Licenses for Retail Use
The mobile revolution is now poised to impact one item in your physical wallet that is not a credit card – your driver’s license. A number of states in the U.S. have either developed a program, ran a pilot or are studying the possibility of digitizing driver’s licenses for use on a mobile phone.
The Secure Technology Alliance will host a half day workshop called “Mobile Driver’s Licenses for Retail Use” on Tuesday, July 16, at the Atlanta Airport Marriott Hotel from 1pm – 5:30 pm.
Please join us for this free workshop, which is open to Secure Technology Alliance and U.S. Payments Forum members, as well as non-members.
The workshop will explore:
- The technology of mobile driver’s licenses (MDL)
- The requirements and benefits retailers can receive from state-issued, secure mobile licenses
Presentations and panel sessions from industry professionals, state motor vehicle and driver’s license agencies will present sessions on:
- MDL – A Standards-Driven Approach
- Requirements and Value of Using Digital Mobile Identity Credentials for Government to Citizens
- Use cases for MDL in Retail as it Pertains to Age Verification, Identity Verification and E-commerce Transactions
- How MDL Solutions Providers Will Address Requirements
The workshop is designed for:
- Retail payments business managers
- Risk managers
- Policy makers
- MDL solution providers
While registration is complimentary, we ask that you sign up in advance, as seating is limited.
If you are a Forum member planning to attend the All Member Meeting July 17-18, please plan on arriving in Atlanta on July 16 (or sooner, depending on your schedule) to attend this free pre-conference workshop hosted by the Secure Technology Alliance and the Mobile Driver’s License Workgroup, under the direction of the Identity Council.