Most of us take for granted the ability to prove our identity whenever needed, unlike many refugees and migrants. The Peregrine app developed by AuraQ aims to ease this problem by providing refugees with a secure digital space to store their personal information, gives them full control of their data, ability to provide proof of identity and authentication through state of the art security.
Join us for an overview of the Peregrine app, which was built in just 24 hours and includes technical features such as face recognition, voice authentication and speech to text through integrations with VoiceIT, Google Cloud Speech-to-Text and Microsoft Cognitive Services.
In addition to this, Hans de Visser from Product Management at Mendix will give visitors a unique look into the future of low-code and what to expect from the next big release: Mendix 8.
== Agenda 📅 ==
5:30 pm Dinner 🍕
6:30 pm Presentations👨🏫
1) "Peregrine: Identity Beyond Borders - The Winning 2019 Hackathon Application!" by Iain Lindsay, Technical Director at AuraQ
At MxHacks 2019, the challenge was set to build an entirely new app from scratch that would “solve challenges faced by refugees.” Inspired by this challenge, the winning hackathon team from AuraQ created Peregrine.
2) "The 8 new features of Mendix 8" by Hans de Visser, VP Outbound Product Management at Mendix
On April 17 at Mendix World Johan den Haan announced Mendix 8 and covered the 8 grand new features that will be part of the platform. Hans de Visser will go over these 8 features and provide insight into the future of Mendix and low-code app development.
8:00 pm Drinks & Networking 🍺
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