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dasGate, present at the ID@Borders and Future of Travel Conference 2022

dasGate attended, together with Veridas, at the ID Borders and Future of Travel Conference 2022 held on 26-27th April at the Renaissance Brussels Hotel.

The event, organized by Biometrics Insitute, will explore important topics such as:

  • Current landscape.
  • Digital borders and seamless travel.
  • Cross-border travel and migration challenges.
  • Country updates from air, land, and sea borders.
  • Law enforcement.

dasGate showed how its identity management and access control platform increases facility security, verifies people’s identities, prevents fraud, and offers a faster, more convenient and secure facial biometric access experience.

"Phygital Identity Platform. A look at identity verification at borders."

dasGate’s Business Unit Director, Alfonso Urrizburu, talked at the “Phygital Identity Platform conference. A look at identity verification at borders.”

dasGate and Veridas were founded to guarantee people’s right to use their real identities in the digital and physical world. And they do so by developing technologies of digital onboarding, face authentication, voice authentication, and Physical identity & access management.

During the presentation, Alfonso talked about the BCP Kasumbalesa project, through which dasGate and Veridas, by the hand of IOM, are improving the lives of the Zambian people.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is part of the United Nations System as the leading intergovernmental organization in the field of migration and is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. IOM is part of the United Nations system, as a related organization.

The project consists of placing dasGate’s facial recognition terminals at the Border Control Point at Kasumbalesa, located between DRC and Zambia.  This milestone is part of a larger COMESA Common Market for Eastern, and Southern Africa (COMESA) funded project to increase cross-border trade across the region.

Those who want to cross the border have to register on the dasGate platform and will receive a patented biometric QR (irreversible) which is totally secure and private. In this way, they will be able to make cross-border journeys most comfortably and securely, without compromising any data from the traveler. Additionally, this biometric QR code includes context data to precise the exact border crossing point and date to cross the border. Therefore, terminals are developed to be valid at certain border control points and for a certain period of time.

In a nutshell, dasGate’s biometric technology enables more convenient and secure border control and travel from Zambia to the surrounding countries.

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