Managing borders is one of the most complex tasks any country has to face. With the introduction of automated border control, the management of borders is made very easy, but the implementation of the solution is.
What is biometric border control?
Biometric border control refers to using biometric technology, such as fingerprints, facial recognition, or iris scans, to confirm the identity of individuals crossing national borders. This technology is used to automate the process of border crossing and to enhance security by providing a more accurate and reliable method of identifying individuals. Biometric border control systems can be used at ports of entry, such as airports and land borders, to verify the identity of travellers and to ensure that they are authorized to enter the country.
The use of biometric border control can improve security by making it more difficult for individuals to enter a country using false identities or fraudulently obtained documents. It can also increase efficiency by reducing the need for manual checks and reducing waiting times for travellers. It is important for governments to have robust data protection laws in place and to ensure that the biometric data collected is used only for authorized purposes and not shared or used for other purposes without individuals’ consent.
Implement border control with a biometric turnkey solution
A biometric turnkey solution can make implementing biometric border control easier and more efficient. A turnkey solution includes everything needed to implement a biometric-based system, including the hardware, software, integration services, and training and support. This can be beneficial for border control agencies as it can help them quickly and easily implement a biometric system without needing to have the in-house expertise or resources to build and maintain one. A biometric turnkey solution for border control can include various components such as:
Biometric hardware: Biometric hardware is a key component of a biometric turnkey solution, as it is used to capture the biometric data that is used to identify individuals. Different types of biometric hardware can be used depending on the specific application and use case. This can include devices for capturing biometric data, such as fingerprint scanners, iris scanners, facial recognition cameras, and others.
Software platform: This can include a software platform for managing the system and biometric data. It typically includes a user interface for managing access, an algorithm for matching biometric data, and a database for storing biometric templates.
Integration services: This includes any work that is necessary to integrate the biometric system with other systems or networks, such as immigration databases and watchlists.
Installation and setup: This includes the professional installation and setup of the hardware and software, as well as the configuration of any necessary settings.
User training: This is training provided to border control personnel on how to use and maintain the biometric system.
Technical support: Ongoing technical support is usually provided to ensure that the system remains operational and to provide assistance with troubleshooting any issues that may arise.
M2SYS Turnkey solution for border control
Using M2SYS biometric turnkey solution for border control can help agencies improve security, increase efficiency, and enhance the passenger experience. With the use of biometrics, border control agencies can confirm the identity of travellers quickly and accurately and automate the process of border crossing, reducing waiting times and making the process more seamless for travellers. M2SYS ‘turnkey solution provides biometric hardware, a biometric matching engine, border control software, and also the necessary integration with existing systems. In a word M2SYS, the turnkey solution will provide everything you need to implement border control. To learn more about the biometric turnkey solution and border control, please get in touch with us.