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Bernard Lim

Vice President Operations
Appscard Groups AS


Ir Bernard Limis currently the Vice Presidentand co-founder of Appscard Group AS and Appscard Global Research & Innovation Center, a technology startup company working on biometric smartcard with R&D and Operation facility based out Penang, Malaysia. He has over 27 years’ experience and have held various senior management rolesin manufacturing in different industry. He was also co-founder in multiple technology startup companies in Penang. He obtained his bachelor’s degree (B. Eng (Hons) In Electrical & Electronics) at Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom and is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Business Administration at Wawasan Open University. He is a Professional Engineer and Fellow of Institution of Engineers, Malaysia, a senior member of the IEEE and an Associate Fellow of ASEAN Academy of Engineering and Technology (AAET). Ir Bernard is currently the Management Council of Penang Skill Development Center, the Chair-elect IEEE Malaysia Section, the Chairman of The Institution of Engineers Malaysia (Penang Branch), Executive Committee of IEM, IEM Council Member, Committee Member of IEM Material Engineering Technical Division. At IEM, he is also the Deputy Chair of Standing Committee of activity. Ir Bernard is also an ASEAN Engineer Register (AER) Executive Committee and the permanent member for the technical committee on Innovation Management (NSC Y/TC11).

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Company Profile

Appscard Groups AS

APPSCARD is a Norwegian company with its global operation based out of Malaysia. Appscard provides the World’s first “Government Grade Biometric Computer on Card”. The solution integrated in an ISO-standard smart card format with a large and physically flexible fingerprint sensor designed for use throughout entire populations. A complete local ID-system that does not compromise security or user privacy and works conveniently and securely for very close to 100% of any given population. APPSCARD replaces all of today’s identity keys, including pin codes, passwords, code tokens, simple non-biometric access cards, signatures, physical keys etc, all of which are easily compromised. And, the system is not dependent on databases or communication lines, only the user’s biometrics. Thus, all dominant sources of the massive challenges facing us today are effectively removed.

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