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Eurodac - Statistics 2018 - FactsheetEurodac - Statistics 2018 - FactsheetEurodac is the centralised European database that stores and processes the digitalised fingerprints of asylum seekers and irregular migrants who have entered a European country. This helps determine the Member State responsible for examining an asylum application. Eurodac stands for EUROpean Asylum DACtyloscopy database. Pursuant to Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) No 603/2013, at the end of each year eu-LISA publishes statistical data on Eurodac for each Member State. This factsheet is a summary of the full report also published on this website.73{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
Eurodac - Statistics 2018Eurodac - Statistics 2018Eurodac is the centralised European database that stores and processes the digitalised fingerprints of asylum seekers and irregular migrants who have entered a European country. This helps determine the Member State responsible for examining an asylum application. Eurodac stands for EUROpean Asylum DACtyloscopy database. Pursuant to Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) No 603/2013, at the end of each year eu-LISA publishes statistical data on Eurodac for each Member State. This report also has a factsheet published on this website.72{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
eu-LISA Joint Conference Report 2018eu-LISA Joint Conference Report 2018The 2018 conference was exceptional amongst eu-LISA’s conference series as it was co-organised with Frontex and received support from the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU. The future of technology led border management proved to be a relevant and timely topic of debate for the panellists and audience ranging from border guard community to academia. This conference was our largest to date, attracting close to 200 participants! Discussions focussed on future scenarios for border management, taking into account that in the coming years at least two new large-scale IT systems will be developed and implemented – the European Entry-Exit System (EES) and the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS). Undoubtedly, use of these systems implies significant change in border control processes. Efficiencies will only become apparent if the systems are appropriately utilised, technologies appropriately leveraged and border guards fully trained to deal with all eventualities. Engagement with the border guard community to enable their anticipation of future developments and their input during their development process will be key. Read the full report!71{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
eu-LISA Industry Roundtable October 2018eu-LISA Industry Roundtable October 2018Main theme Technologies to Facilitate Land Border Crossing. The event was dedicated to highlighting technical needs in terms of how land border crossings at the EU’s external borders could be facilitated after the entry into operation of the Entry-Exit System (EES) and intended to allow consideration of possible innovative solutions. eu-LISA highlighted from the outset that solutions from the industry are needed urgently as the system should become operational already in 2021.70{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}