Traveller Identification Programme (TRIP)
Day 2 - Session 5
SESSION 5. Health at the Border
This session will highlight how states and organizations have developed tools for passengers to assert health proofs for international travel purposes. The ICAO VDS specification will be highlighted, with a view to explaining its benefits for quick and contactless verification based on existing infrastructure, as well as its advantages for identity binding. Other experiences from around the world will also be shared describing how states have supported the issuance of health proofs, for both domestic and international purposes. A focus of this session will be achieving global interoperability among health proofs to support international travel and aviation recovery.
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Day 3 - Session 6
SESSION 6. BORDER CONTROL: INSPECTION SYSTEMS AND TOOLS & INTEROPERABLE APPLICATIONS
A key element of border inspection systems is the capture, verification and storage of data contained in MRTDs at different phases of the journey. This session will address a key pre-requisite to verifying the id...
Day 3 - Session 7
SESSION 7. PASSENGER DATA: IDENTIFICATION OF TRAVELLERS & RISK ASSESSMENT
Border management must deal with the increased flow of passengers and ensure that there are protocols that provide for timely, secure and reliable linkage of MRTDs and their holders to available and relevant data in the co...
Day 3 - Session 8
Session 8. ICAO Capacity Building and Assistance to States
The ICAO Secretariat and the Technical Advisory Group on Traveller Identification Programme (TAG/TRIP) framework have undertaken a number of initiatives to support Member States to implement Annex 9 provisions, ICAO Doc 9303 and the ICAO ...