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Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) plans to roll out the BioScreen system at manned counters for travellers to scan their fingerprints. BioScreen is currently deployed at ICA's automated clearance lanes.
SINGAPORE: Travellers going through ICA checkpoints will soon have to scan their fingerprints at manned counters.
The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) told Channel NewsAsia that it is planning to roll out the BioScreen system at counters manned by ICA officers.
BioScreen is an enhancement of ICA's current suite of biometric capabilities to capture and verify travellers' identities.
The system is currently deployed at ICA's automated clearance lanes.
It said the move is part of its ongoing efforts to ensure border security.