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Entry Exit System (EES) and their implications for international travel

About This Webinar

The US has been collecting passenger biometric data upon entry and exit of the US for some time, but the rollout of the European Union, Entry Exit System (EES) perhaps has more implications for international travel globally. Because of geographical position the USA is often the final destination point for international travellers, and therefore usually only effects passengers and travellers heading to the US. But Europe is not only a final destination but often a transit destination for many international journeys. Therefore, the rollout of European entry exit system will have major impacts around the world.

So, in this webinar we will look at the progress of the European EES roll out, the lessons learnt, the technology issues and the implications it will have for travellers, carriers and governments worldwide.

• What is the current status of the European Entry Exit System roll out
• Implications of EES for travellers, governments, and carriers worldwide
• Lessons learnt from the US experience
• What is the future of Entry Exit Systems and Trusted Traveller programmes

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Editor Border Security Report
Editor of Border Security Report and Director of the World Border Security Congress
Webinar hosting presenter
Program Manager, Information Technology & Development Center, Estonian Ministry of the Interior (SMIT) Estonia
Mr. Rein Süld is the Program Manager for the Information Technology and Development Centre at the Estonian Ministry of the Interior (SMIT) where he is responsible for biometrics and document verification related to border management.

Mr. Rein Süld is leading Estonia’s technological development and implementation projects driven by the EU’s Entry-Exit System (EES) requirement, under which all Schengen area member states must implement all-new mobile and stationary solutions at airports, land and sea borders
Webinar hosting presenter
Deputy Executive Director, eu-LISA
Luca has more than 20 years of experience working with European Institutions and International Organisations. From 2011 until taking up the Deputy Executive Director post at eu-LISA, in 2020, he led the Technical Centre of the Central Bank Counterfeit Deterrence Group (CBCDG), a global association of Central Banks that supports and deploys technologies that deter the use of digital equipment to counterfeit currencies. Prior to that, Luca worked as a Senior Expert at the European Central Bank (ECB), focusing on setting the common quality and technical standards for banknote production and protecting the integrity of banknotes against counterfeiting.
He holds an Engineering Degree from the Polytechnic of Milan, a Master´s Degree from the School of Management of the Polytechnic of Milan (MIP) and an MBA from Oxford Brookes University. Luca has also completed the Advanced Leadership and Management Programme (OALMP) at Saïd Business School, Oxford University and the Program of Negotiation (PON) at Harvard University.
Webinar hosting presenter
Director, MAPS International
Formerly Lieutenant Colonel at Royal Netherlands Marechaussee (RNM military and borderpolice, Willem Mudde is current Director of MAPS international and consultant at the Center for International Legal Coorperation (CILC) for a project in West Balkan countries.
Relevant working experiences are; former Head of PIU Netherlands and Head of the Targeting Center Borders of the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee, as well as previously studied Project and Program Management at The Hague University of Applied Siences and recently completed the IATA training on API and PNR.
Willem is also Vice President of the European Association of Airport & Seaport Police.
Webinar hosting presenter
Program Manager, Biometric Entry Exit Strategic Transformation, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Mr. Jonathan D. Prescott is a CBP Officer with more than 15 years of experience with the Office of Field Operations. He began his career with CBP in 2007 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. As part of the primary processing unit at JFK, he played a crucial role in safeguarding our borders against potential threats, inspecting, and admitting travelers and ensuring a seamless flow of travelers throughout JFK. He regularly participated in several temporary duty assignments along the southern border, the Global Entry Vetting Center, Operation Allies Welcome, and at CBP Headquarters.

In 2014, Officer Prescott transitioned to CBP headquarters permanently where he held several key positions with the Electronic System Travel Authorization, the Traveler Communication Center, the Trusted Traveler Program, and the Commissioner’s Situation Room.

Currently Officer Prescott works as a Program Manger assigned to the Biometric Entry Exit Strategic Transformation office. As part of the biometric team, he is responsible for advancing CBP biometric capabilities by leveraging cutting edge technology and expanding the implementation of biometric entry and exit in the air environment to record the arrival and departure information of travelers.

Officer Prescott is a United States Navy Veteran where he proudly served with the “Fabolous Four” Naval Mobile Construction Battalion- 4 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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