As a results of the Syrian civil war started in 2011, number of biometrically registered immigrants increased from 14 thousand 237 by the following year of the war 2012 to 2 million 957 thousand 454, as explained by the Directorate General of Migration Management's official Twitter account. Due to the biometric data of approximately [...]
Summary This information note encompasses US-VISIT's policy alteration in regards to collecting biometric data from international visitors. The biometric acquisition had been executed at ports entry and at the US embassies overseas. This paper unveils the theoretical and practical reasons on shifting two fingerprint acquisition to ten and what vital benefits it has [...]
Papilon have begun to give trainings to Directorate General of Migration Management Officers, who will be actively working with Mobile Sets. The aim of the training is to execute instant ID controls of migrants who are returned in the context of readmission aggrements between EU and Turkey. The training will compile both theoratical and practical aspects of [...]
As announced earlier, Papilon Savunma is one of the main sponsors at Border Management & Technologies Summit 2016. Therefore, Papilon gets to generate a speech/presentation that is concentrated on Refugee Crisis and Inter-organisational Biometric Data Management. The speech will cover the framework of biometrics data sharing/protecting and discussions centred around that. Papilon expects to see [...]
Within the context of the readmission aggrements between European Union and Turkey, the return of the refugees who migrated Greek islands has begun. Under the project of biometric data management of refugees; the biometric datum which came from EU’s biometric database were processed in the Papilon central data processing database and made ready by the [...]
Papilon Savunma stepped into action to better manage the Mediterranean Sea Port Security under the consideration of latest refugee crisis and thousands of tourist coming through seaway simultaneously. The preliminary fieldwork is begun with the accompaniment of related authorities and by this means the Mediterranean Sea Port Project work has been accelerated.