The biggest challenge for the EU visa management system is to provide secure entrance of non-EU visitors throughout the Schengen Area.
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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 5 February 2020, International Airport Review and IATA will explore how and why the aviation industry stands to greatly benefit from One ID.
As airports prepare to fulfil the new security and data collection requirements outlined by the EU, Chris Gilliland, Director of Innovative Travel Solutions within Vancouver International Airport, talks about how automated, self-service border control solutions must be considered.
Can automated border control transform the traveller’s experience? This whitepaper compares eGates and self-service border kiosks.
Vision-Box celebrates the opening of a new manufacturing and logistics facility in Abóboda, Greater Lisbon.
18 November 2019 | By IDEMIA
Today, the air transport community is experiencing extraordinary traffic growth. Speeding up the passenger process can decrease the level of security, so biometrics are a key enabler to overcome this challenge while maintaining high security standards. At IDEMIA, we believe that global biometric adoption in airports is the future and…
We spoke to Annet Steenbergen, Chair of the IATA Facilitation Working Group about creating a truly seamless passenger flow by facilitating trust.
Passengers want more control through their smartphones and shorter waiting times with the use of biometrics when travelling.
Dewi Gaylard, Head of Information, Communication and Technology at Cardiff Airport, discusses how to make a relatively small airport stand out from the crowd, changing mindsets of the industry and putting passengers first when implementing new technologies.
Gidionton Siagian from Angkasa Pura I Airports explained why the future of airports will be based on passenger experience, automation and biometrics; an insight into the technology trends in Indonesia.
With an inspiring keynote speech from Chris Woodroofe, and Richard Duncan's Chair address, the security stream of AITS is officially open.
Gatwick Airport has pledged to invest £1.11 billion to ensure passengers are the heart of the airport’s future while also improving resilience and creating additional capacity.
Norwegian Air, leading low-cost long-haul airline, starts boarding passengers using facial recognition at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Imagine an airport where you can breeze securely through controls and all restricted-access zones. Biometrics can make this a reality, discusses Franck Maurin, Product and Solutions Director for Passenger facilitation & Border Control at IDEMIA