SMILE proposes a novel mobility concept by designing, implementing and evaluating in relevant environments a prototype management architecture, for the accurate verification, automated control, monitoring and optimization of people flows at Land Border Infrastructures. It leverages the capabilities of the mobile devices in biometric control.
For secure and trusted authentication, and elaborates on their exploitation, as part of a multimodal biometric verification process that supplements / complements existing approaches. Furthermore, SMILE’s mobility concept builds upon Private Cloud Infrastructure technologies which communicate with remote SMILE handhelds through a secure gateway. SMILE ecosystem will target EU land borders which will be the beneficiaries of the proposed solutions. In fact, the proposed technology and business framework developed in SMILE will be validated through pan-European demonstrations in 3 BCPs. The operational properties of the technologies and overall solution will be validated and evaluated against cost, performance, effectiveness and usability indicators.Use cases will be supported by different architectural designs, which will be classified according to the operation mode. BCPs participating in the project’s pilots will deploy and evaluate the solution at business as usual and emergency situations across various status operations. SMILE aims to:minimise the exposure of BCPs to security risks and threats, andhelp them successfully respond to security incidents, while relieving them from all unnecessary and costly efforts of identifying, acquiring and using the appropriate technology.To this CNBP, HBP & RBP BCP partners will deploy and validate the proposed secure & reliable ecosystem in two use cases (Romania Bulgaria), in which the adaptation of SMILE framework to focused applications will be performed.
Was to design and develop a novel key generation and encryption technology based on optical Physical Unclonable Functions.
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