Automated Border Control market accounted for US$ 818.01 million in 2020 and is estimated to be US$ 3833.41 million by 2030 and is anticipated to register a CAGR of 16.9%. The ABCs, also known as eGates, are automated self-service barriers that use data stored on a chip in biometric passports, as well as a photo or fingerprint taken at the time of admission, to verify the passport holder’s identity. Border processing can be sped up and clearance procedures simplified by using automated biometric recognition. To grant border entrance, the e-Gate compares the traveler’s biometric samples contained in the electronic document with live acquisitions. As global security is heightened and international passenger loads are exponentially growing, automated border control technologies are gaining favour.
The report "Global Automated Border Control Market, By Type (ABC Kiosks and ABC eGates), By Component (Software, Hardware and Services), By Application (Seaports, Airports and Land Borders), and By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa) - Market Trends, Analysis, and Forecast till 2030”
UAE carrier Emirates launched an integrated biometric pathway at Dubai International Airport in October 2020 for travelers to pass through the airport without showing any documents.
Technology companies NEC and Amadeus announced in March 2021 the launch of Face Express, a boarding procedure for international departure flights that uses facial recognition technology, allowing passengers to go through the airport without showing their documents.
One of the primary drivers of growth for the automated border control sector has been the desire for improved security when travelling by plane and on arriving at their final destinations. Passengers’ requirement for a simple immigration process once they arrive in their destination countries has been another significant development driver. Other important factors driving the automated border control industry include improvements in emerging-market infrastructure and an increase in the number of local and international airports.
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The Global Automated Border Control market accounted for US$ 818.01 million in 2020 and is estimated to be US$ 3833.41 million by 2030 and is anticipated to register a CAGR of 16.9%. The Global Automated Border Control Market is segmented based on the type, component, application, and region.
By Type, the Global Automated Border Control Market is segmented into ABC Kiosks and ABC eGates.
By Component, the market is segmented in Software, Hardware and Services.
By Application, the Global Automated Border Control Market is segmented into Seaports, Airports and Land Border.
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