Safran to Open Identity & Security Tech Hub in Silicon Valley; Anne Bouverot Comments

safranSafran‘s identity and security business will open a new facility in Silicon Valley at the end of 2016 in a move to familiarize the development community interact with the company’s products.

The facility is located in Redwood City, California, and will feature an innovation center focused on digital payment, digital identity and internet of things, Safran said Tuesday.

The company added guests can try Safran’s hardware and software offerings such as fingerprint, facial recognition and iris biometric sensors, cloud-based services and software development kits for mobile devices at the facility.

Anne Bouverot, CEO of Safran, said the opening of the new location is part of the company’s efforts to join the innovation community in Silicon Valley.

“Through our new location, we want to enable the development community to interact with our products so that together we can design even better solutions,” added Bouverot.

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