Making Europe’s external frontiers and stadiums more secure
Group 2000 is launching an effective tool for further securing Europe’s external frontiers with the introduction of LIMA Biometric Identity Surveillance.
This new generation of 3D facial recognition represents the next step forward. The system not only looks at the characteristics ‘on the surface’, but also at bone structures in the skull which are unique to every individual. There is simply any point in acquiring a new identity through plastic surgery any more. A facial scan can be carried out on everyone crossing the border and a check conducted against existing photo databases of people who have previously been detained for terrorism or human trafficking or are otherwise undesirable.
With the current refugee problem the system can also be crucial in establishing the identity of people who arrive at Europe’s external frontiers. A facial scan which cannot be falisified can be readily linked to existing databases and blacklists. People with malevolent intentions can therefore be identified more quickly than with the current labour-intensive registration system, which is not completely reliable.
For example, if evidence is lacking because the identity papers have been ‘lost’ between arrival at the airport and the asylum application, the LIMA facial scan carried out on all passengers at the gate can be decisive in determining what steps are taken, since the scan shows which faces arrived on which flights. In the case of a positive match the original airline can return the person concerned back to where they came from.
The system can also help with the ongoing problem of football hooligans who are subject to stadium bans. It has repeatedly shown that there are serious flaws in enforcing these stadium bans.
By installing the 3D camera system at the entrance gates, it is possible to check entirely automatically, quickly and accurately for every visitor whether that person is on the blacklist.
We are constantly working on new high-tech solutions to make society as safe as possible.