Biometric e-Gate is another pilot project undertaken by the Oman government, which uses Sagem Securite's border control systems.
"Sagem Securite's automated border control systems are customised to meet end user requirements and environmental constraints," remarks Kumar. "Based on a modular concept, the systems can be upgraded and integrated as and when needed. In addition to identification and gate control, the system can also integrate a uniqueness detection system known as MorphoPath that can detect and ensure that only one passenger gets through the control gate at a time."
The system guarantees interoperability as it is designed to comply with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recommendations on biometrics. It is compatible with all e-passports and travel documents, including Basic Access Control (BAC) and Extended Access Control (EAC) standards.
"Sagem Securite has shown mastery over all the biometric and detection technologies used in border security," concludes Kumar. "Moreover, the ability of the modular automated border control system to use a range of biometric technologies, namely facial, iris and fingerprint in response to customer needs underlines its superiority. The product's overwhelming acceptance in the market is due to its ability to integrate with other security systems, thereby adding value."
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|SOURCE Frost & Sullivan|
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