Entry/Exit System: Smarter and More Secure European Borders
The introduction of the EU Entry/Exit System, or EES for short, from 2021 onwards will inevitably lead to longer waiting times at border control counters for every traveler. If conditions remain unchanged, passenger would face delayed or missed flights and are dissatisfied as a result. Airports are likely to reach their capacity limits. This in turn increases the pressure on security organisations, airports and airlines. Thanks to automated border control systems that can significantly support the new EES processes, this does not have to happen.
Land borders as well as sea borders are each very disparate; no two checkpoints are identical. Sometimes the use of larger automated systems is not possible, but portable or mobile solutions are required.
Customised solutions which take into account the specific needs of the respective border environment are indispensable.
Therefore, it is crucial to establish an infrastructure that flexibly adapts to the changing requirements at air, land and sea borders and absorbs the increased efforts.
This is where secunet's solutions and know-how come into play and prevent imminent chaos at border controls. The secunet team understands well the trade-off between high security requirements on the one hand and the need for efficient, fast border control processes for various stakeholders on the other. With a vast expertise and state-of-the-art technologies, secunet is already successfully helping several countries master this important balancing act. The secunet border gears product portfolio is EES-ready and as such is already proven through various international installations in operation. Find out now about the possibilities of mastering the challenges of the Entry/Exit System together with secunet - "It's time to get EES-ready".