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Integrated Border Management

​​​​​​​ Combating cross-border crime, terrorism and illegal crossings requires tremendous efforts to identify and prevent threats challenging land, maritime and points of entry. To maximize these efforts and ensure the safety of citizens, police and immigration enforcement can now rely on an integrated border management system for full operational control.

With steadily growing numbers of travelers, states need to address the challenge of striking the right balance between open yet fully secure, controlled borders.

Coesys Border Management provides a full range of applications to implement best-practice immigration processes and state-of-the-art technologies at border management headquarters (HQ) and border control points (BCPs). The solution enables border control agencies to process both arriving and departing travelers in wide-ranging situations at air, land and sea points of entry- at both manned immigration desks and Automatic Border Control (ABC) gates.

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Ghana’s migration profile continues to evolve as its rapidly expanding oil industry fuels employment and growth. To keep up with its thriving economy, the Ghanaian government recently outlined its first-ever national migration policy. In 2013, Ghana decided to put Gemalto in charge of its national electronic visa and border management solution. This advanced e-Immigration system is fundamental to the whole eGhana project, an ambitious plan to create a modern IT infrastructure that can support sustainable development in the years ahead. It will put the country’s border control processes on a par with best practices worldwide.

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At the end of 2010, Gemalto was chosen to upgrade Croatia’s border control system with Coesys Document Verification and a full mobile version of Coesys Border Management system to run in biometric handheld devices.

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South Africa

The Refugee and National Deportation system for the Department of Home Affairs in South Africa handles country wide refugees and illegal immigrants including their deportation procedure. It consists of a customized enterprise solution with more 500 workstations distributed around the country and a central refugee register that handles all related workflows and procedures, including an interface to the national fingerprint system (AFIS) and National Population Register. The system has more than 28 different applications covering all possible steps part of the Refugee and Deportation procedures based on local regulations. Implementation consisted of 2 phases and was completed in 2008.