The Dutch use case–airport border crossing point. Risk based border crossing at the airport Schiphol – Netherland’s Amsterdam international Airport
- Different developments in society ensure that the main challenge lies within the balance between mobility and security
- Spend less time in average per passenger without challenging quality of the border process.
- Enforce border crossing points, as terroristic attacks in the EU show that national security is threatened;
- Digitalize the processes on the airport, including the border checks procedure (also following EU strategies and initiatives, such as the new Entry Exit System –EES, and the European Travel Information and Authorisation System- ETIAS).
- Maintain at least the same or even better security level by adding on site behavior data and analysis methods as well as data from external systems like VIS/SIS/PNR etc.
- Enhance border guards’ “gut feeling” by leading them focus on the Risk and not on the typical process.
- Reduce the false positive labels as the system matures and the real threats are identified better and better.
- Provide a faster and a more comfortable travel for the bona fide passenger while distinguishing passengers in categories and driving them to control checks accordingly.