Norbert Hofer, Austrian Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology, visiting our stand
To further widen our communication with potential end-users, on 7 June the PROTECT project presented to 25 Schengen border agencies at an event hosted by Frontex in Sofia, Bulgaria. The workshop was to initiate work on harmonized introduction of the EU Entry-Exit System and PROTECT was there to show what the future might look like when eligible third-country nationals (known as TCNs) can cross EU external borders using smartphones and kiosks to send their biographic and biometric identity data in advance to border control agencies. Further liaison with these end users will follow as we prepare for the practical demonstrations of the PROTECT concept.
Privacy and data protection issues related to the use of multimodal biometrics 'on-the-move' at border-crossings were discussed during CPDP conference which took place on 24-26 January in Brussels.
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Consortium meeting in Brussels
11 Dec, 2018
8 Dec, 2018
6 Dec, 2018
Joint presentation during lunch time conference
21 Nov, 2018
Meet us at Security Research Event 2018
16 Oct, 2018
Integration and demos discussed in Namur
16 Oct, 2018
Next consortium meeting in Namur
21 Aug, 2018