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More SmartGate kiosks for Sydney
Australia’s Federal Government adds four SmartGate kiosks and an extra gate to Sydney International Airport.
ImageWare tapped for follow-on deal
ImageWare Systems secures US$37 million follow-on contract to expand biometric border management project
Belgrade Airport launches eGate
Serbia’s Belgrade Airport has integrated a biometric eGate solution as part of its preparations to join the EU.
Madrid airport to deploy iris biometrics
Hoyos Corporation announces a iris recognition pilot border program to run in Madrid
Automatic passport readers rolled out in Helsinki
Helsinki airport installs 10 automatic passport readers.
CARIPASS set for rollout
CARICOM set to launch CARIPASS multi-state travel documents.
UNODC publishes document examination guide
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime publishes guide for the development of forensic document examination capacity.
Face technology for New Zealand
Immigration New Zealand evaluates face recognition in trial to verify travellers entering the country.
Suprema provides ePassport kit to South Korea
Suprema will supply biometric live scan devices and electronic passport readers to South Korea
Mobile biometric and document device for borders
NEC Europe launch Mobile Biometric Device (MBD) that can read all current travel documents
3M enters biometric fray with Cogent acquisition
3M makes a bid to become a major player in both the security document and the biometrics market
Rare book for download on Planet Biometrics
Rare book on automated identity previews on Planet Bioemtrics - our new sister site
Urgent eVisa/VIS tender - Government of Oman
Government of Oman issues eVisa/VIS tender
Two Saudi airports get eGate
Saudi Arabia has introduced an eGate system at two of its airports to improve passenger throughput.
UK 2nd generation ePassports face the chop
Second generation ePassports face the chop under the new UK Conservative/Liberal coalition government
Registered traveller takes flight again
Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) has announced that it will re-launch its previous CLEAR registered traveller program
CLEAR aims to make a comeback
CLEAR trusted traveler program in the USA aims to make a comeback this autumn
Luxemburg taps Speed Identity
Speed Identity has received an order to supply biometric capture equipment for ePassports to the Luxemburg passport authority.
S. Korea accelerates plans to fingerprint visitors
South Korea is to accelerate its plans to fingerprint foreigners aged 17 years and older when entering the country.
US and Germany ink trusted traveller statement
US Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary and German Interior Ministry State Secretary sign joint statement expressing intent to integrate US and German trusted traveller programmes.
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