technology

From file: Refugees from Ukraine on their arrival in Rome, March 28, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/CLAUDIO PERI
From file: Frontex have been investing in technology and advaced recording of biometric data to help control borders and migration | Photo: Picture alliance
Police patrol the beach at Wimereux, France | Photo: Johan Ben Azzouz/picture alliance
A soldier patrols near a steel fence built along the Evros River in the area of Feres, at the Greek-Turkish border in Greece on September 1, 2021 | Photo: Dimitris Alexoudis/EPA
The app is available in six languages and is free to download | Source: Screenshot from var.gouv.fr
A police officer patrols alongside a steel wall at Evros river, near the Greek village of Poros, at the Greek-Turkish border on May 21, 2021 | Photo: Giannis Papanikos/AP Photo
AaliaTech is an app that translates conversations between healthcare providers and patients in their native languages. Credit: Aalia.Tech
The German NGO Sea-Eye will make use of satellite imagery to better detect migrant boats in distress at sea | Credit: EPA/ALEXANDER DRAHEIM / SEA-EYE HANDOUT
The Sona Circle app looks to bridge the gap between refugees and finding a new life | Credit: Sona Circle
In the picture, a demonstration of a blockchain-based digital ID. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/ALEXANDRA WEY
Credit: ANSA
Meeting of police officials in Ventimiglia, at the border between Italy and France. Credit: ANSA/Polizia di stato (Italian Police)