Group Identification at Border Crossing Points
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Original versionYayilgan, S. Y. et al. (2011). Group Identification at Border Crossing Points. In: Lecture Notes in Informatics, BIOSIG 2011, Proceedings - International Conference of the Biometrics Special Interest Group; 8.-9. September 2011 in Darmstadt, pp. 291-295. Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik.
Increasing Passenger flow at Border Crossing Points is an important issue at today’s border crossing points (BCPs) of land, sea and airport. Group Access Control and utilizing biometrics information will help increase passenger throughput and reduce human error in handling passengers erroneously. Using multi modal information for (biometric) group id can provide more robust handling of passengers. On the other hand, connecting various BCPs will help solve some problems related to illegal entries from non-Schengen to Schengen space, laws and health. This paper presents the first relevant concepts and issues of using (biometric) group idea and connecting BCPs.
This is the copy of the book chapter originally published in: Brömme, A., Busch, Ch. (ed.)(2011). Lecture Notes in Informatics, BIOSIG 2011, Proceedings - International Conference of the Biometrics Special Interest Group; 8.-9. September 2011 in Darmstadt. Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik. Reprinted with permission from Gesellschaft für Informatik.