• Executive Summary
  • Study objectives
  • Baseline and assumptions
  • Solution architecture and system design
  • Impact of THE EE System on Border crossings
  • Costs
  • Transition to 2020
  • Conclusions
  • 1 Reference and Applicable documents
  • 1.1 Reference documents
  • 2 Terminology
  • 2.1 Definitions
  • 2.2 Acronyms & Abbreviations
  • 3 Introduction
  • 3.1 Objectives of the feasibility study
  • 3.2 Content and scope of the study
  • 3.3 Issues outside the scope of this study
  • 3.4 Context of the Study
  • 4 Long-term vision – The Ideal System
  • 4.1 Introduction
  • 4.2 Managing Complexity
  • 4.3 The Binary Nature of Border Control Systems
  • 4.4 Profiling the Traveller Population
  • 4.5 Long-term Scenario and Transition Phase
  • 4.6 Need to Introduce Automated Border Control and the Case for It
  • 4.7 Reasons for the Extended Use of BiometrICS in ABC Systems
  • 4.8 Verification v Identification
  • 4.9 Reasons for Adopting Multimodal Biometrics
  • 4.10 Considerations 1 on the Acceptance of Biometric ABC
  • 4.11 Fit-to-Purpose v Project Goals
  • 4.12 Automated Border Control with Entry-Exit Tracking
  • 4.13 Entry-Exit Record Reconciliation
  • 4.14 Summary Table of Border Control Processes
  • 4.15 Logical Structure of Report
  • 5 Current Situation
  • 5.1 Process and Role Overview
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  • 5.2 Operational & Organisational Considerations
  • 5.3 Existing Systems
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  • 6 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE FUTURE AUTOMATED BORDER CONTROL SYSTEM
  • 6.1 Current shortcomings, future benefits
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  • 6.2 HIGH-LEVEL SOLUTION
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  • 6.3 Verification vs enrolment
  • 6.4 AUTOMATED BORDER CONTROL (ABC) AND REGISTERED TRAVELLER OPTIONS
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  • 6.5 Considerations on different Border Types for EES and RTP
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  • 7 Outline of recommended solution
  • 7.1 Systems involved in border crossing process
  • 7.2 Use Cases
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  • 7.3 EES options
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  • 7.4 RT system functions
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  • Annex...