IDEMIA and Unisys Join Forces to Deliver Biometric Border Control Platform for Australia

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4Q 2020 | IN-5946


Australian Government Implements New Biometric System


After approximately 2 years in development, global leader in digital identity IDEMIA has partnered with contractor Unisys to deliver a next-generation biometric border control identification engine for the Australian government in the Department of Home Affairs on June 2020. The Australian government has invested heavily in border control solutions over the past decade, and the resulting project is expected to be at the forefront of the new wave of digital biometric identification for travelers, border crossings, visa processing, and citizenship applications.

Joined Forces by IDEMIA and Unisys


The Australian government has created a brand new Enterprise Biometric Identification Services (EBIS) system, which will be powered on both fronts by IDEMIA and Unisys. IDEMIA has provided a state-of-the-art biometric matching engine solution supporting the software side of the equation. At the very core, this will leverage IDEMIA’s MBSS multi-modality biometric engine, making use of face and fingerprint m…

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