By 2022, Iceland, like all Schengen states, will have to comply with European Entry/Exit System (EU/EES) regulations. The new system will include the biometric identification and verification of travellers, based on a facial image and four fingerprints, at all border crossing points (air, land, and sea).
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IDEMIA has been selected by the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police and Isavia, Iceland’s main airport and other airports to provide a comprehensive border management system including new equipment.
The EU-EES imposes the secure enrolment of all Third Country Nationals (TCN) to verify the identity of each person that is entering the Schengen Area. Helping border guards focus on added-value activities thanks to biometrics and automated solutions and pre-processing API and PNR data can significantly anticipate threats and save…
Digital identity as well as touchless biometric technologies help minimise contact at airports.
IDEMIA partners with the world's best airport for 2019.
The biggest challenge for the EU visa management system is to provide secure entrance of non-EU visitors throughout the Schengen Area.
With one of the fastest growing economies in the Middle East, an effective and efficient border control is a matter of both national security and economic growth in the United Arab Emirates.
On 11th December 2019, International Airport Review and IDEMIA hosted a webinar, exploring how biometrics are a key enabler to overcome the challenge of processing more passengers whilst maintaining high security standards.
Facial recognition (FR) technology is redefining many aspects for the air travel community. With high performance levels in terms of speed and accuracy, it is no surprise the wide-spread adoption of FR technology for air travel will continue throughout 2020.
With tourism on the rise, Scandinavia’s second busiest airport had to increase throughput and enhance the passenger experience quickly. IDEMIA delivered a state-of-the-art automated border control solution that significantly decreased queues, just in time for Avinor Oslo Airport’s peak season.
Voted the best airport for the seventh year running, Changi Airport was ranked number one in the world for its exceptional travel experience.
According to the latest ICAO statistics1, 4.3 billion passengers were transported in 2018. These statistics have been steadily increasing for years and are set to double by 2030. However, while travelling should be synonymous with relaxing, the passenger experience at airports often falls short. Never-ending queues at airport checkpoints make…
As biometrics become the norm in so many airports, should more airports make the move from biometric authentication to biometric identification? Augmented identity specialist, IDEMIA, reveals how this technology could pave the way for seamless travel experience.