Guaranteeing maximal up-time

Governments can opt for a decentralised solution, where servers are installed locally and border controls can be performed offline. This guarantees a solution that is operational at all times, even when the connectivity with the central site is lost. Once re-established, the databases are again synchronised.



With our experience in implementing complex data exchange solutions, we can offer solutions that satisfy the border control requirements recently laid down by the European Union. We are able to interconnect border control systems with various sources that are specific to the Schengen Area, such as:

- The Entry-Exit System (EES), whose purpose is to record and centralise data concerning nationals of third-party countries entering and leaving the Schengen Area

- The European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), which compiles data concerning visa-exempt travellers entering the Schengen area

- The Visa Information System

- Identity fraud

- Various types of blacklists


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