Ensure travelers are who they say they are? | SITA

 
Ensure travelers are who they say they are?

The use of fraudulent identities and identity documents to travel illegally and commit trans-border crime is on the rise. Meanwhile, the expansion of self-service travel procedures has resulted in a reduction of human interactions between travelers and airlines, further facilitating the use of false identity. With such increasing threats to border security, governments and border authorities need assurance that travelers are indeed who they say they are.

How SITA can help

Did you know?

By 2020, 92% of passports in circulation will be ePassports

(Source: Acuity Market Intelligence)

SITA integrates identity management across the border operation, linking passport and visa issuance with both manual and automated border control – and at all other points where traveler identities must be verified.

Biographic and biometric data from all sources are consolidated in iBorders® to ensure certainty about the true identity of each traveler, including detection of counterfeit documents and travelers claiming multiple identities. Automated matching of biometric and biographic data links each traveler back to a single physical person. This person-centric approach ensures a consistent view of traveler identities across the border operation.

Identity verification can be integrated with biometric and biographic watch-list checks and powerful risk-assessment tools to give you confidence of the identity and risk level of travelers entering your country.

SITA facts and figures

  • The iBorders® IdentityAssurance system can manage up to 20 million unique biometric identities to verify the true identity of travelers
  • An Asian government improved detection of duplicate identities by 300% by using iBorders® to centrally manage identity data across their border operation

Related solutions

  • iBorders® Advanced Solutions

    An integrated solution that provides governments with a complete set of capabilities to modernize border security through information, intelligence, optimized...
  • iBorders® FastStart

    All-in-one passenger risk assessment and screening system

Related resources

Getting smart about identity management

The expansion of the use of e-passports  is marking a change in the automation of  smart identity management. The key challenge is to roll out this technology in a seamless way for all stakeholders - Governments,...
Watch the video

SITA Smart Path™

SITA Smart Path uses biometrics as the single identification token at every step in the passenger journey. It is easily integrated into existing airport infrastructure and airline systems.
View the video

Body of proof

Automated border control can help you process travelers in record time, identify risks earlier in the journey, and optimize resources.
Learn more
Back to the top
  • sita tweet
    RT @ozuistanbulhub: https://t.co/e7LIfqwl9d Dr. Carlos KADUOKA, Director of Consulting, SITA ”Digital Everywhere –… https://t.co/siEmCDRurz

    8 hours ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    We gathered some great insights from an informative and productive first day at the #ID4Africa event. We look forwa… https://t.co/oOsudav0f3

    9 hours ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    Emad Muhanna, General Manager for SITA’s Government & Security Business in the MEIA is speaking today at #ID4Africa… https://t.co/5Vt6VcrTIW

    11 hours ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    Your face is your identity. Visit SITA booth B09 at the #ID4Africa event to learn more about the #biometric ID mana… https://t.co/EioNuYSUgv

    15 hours ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    We are at the 5th Annual Meeting of the #ID4Africa movement in Johannesburg this week. The theme for this year’s ev… https://t.co/ce5hNoeI1K

    17 hours ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    Our charity partner @PEASchools recently opened its fourth secondary school in #Zambia's Mungwi District. The… https://t.co/hMT8XmvY3O

    yesterday from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    RT @phocuswire: VIDEO: Understanding the biometric future for travel https://t.co/YpNppzUgRn via @PhocusWire w/… https://t.co/UMqyMmuNvr

    yesterday from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    We have an amazing line-up of thinkers for next week’s SITA Innovation Forum, with expertise from @VirginGalactic,… https://t.co/TiVo7r4nxq

    2 days ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    The SITA Innovation Forum, taking place next week, will bring together leading minds from the air transport industr… https://t.co/UnEUVt6Ixx

    2 days ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    Our charity partner @PEASchools recently opened its fourth secondary school in #Zambia's Mungwi District. The… https://t.co/xTw5By847L

    3 days ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    The SITA Air Transport Community Foundation won Silver in the “Best Foundation” category at the 2019 #CEAwards at a… https://t.co/MaZGwtkvt8

    4 days ago from SITAonline
  • sita tweet
    ‘IATA has its sights on a 25% reduction in the global baggage mishandling rate’ | new #blog post by @IATA’s Head of… https://t.co/UQmP3BigUd

    4 days ago from SITAonline
Connect with us