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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 7001
Third edition
2007-11-01
AMENDMENT 3
2016-06-01
Graphical symbols — Public
information symbols
AMENDMENT 3
Symboles graphiques — Symboles destinés à l’information du public
AMENDEMENT 3
Reference number
ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
ISO 2016
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
COPYRIGHT PROTECTED DOCUMENT
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or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, or posting on the internet or an intranet, without prior

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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards

bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out

through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technical

committee has been established has the right to be represented on that committee. International

organizations, governmental and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work.

ISO collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) on all matters of

electrotechnical standardization.

The procedures used to develop this document and those intended for its further maintenance are

described in the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1. In particular the different approval criteria needed for the

different types of ISO documents should be noted. This document was drafted in accordance with the

editorial rules of the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2 (see www.iso.org/directives).

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. Details of

any patent rights identified during the development of the document will be in the Introduction and/or

on the ISO list of patent declarations received (see www.iso.org/patents).

Any trade name used in this document is information given for the convenience of users and does not

constitute an endorsement.

For an explanation on the meaning of ISO specific terms and expressions related to conformity

assessment, as well as information about ISO’s adherence to the WTO principles in the Technical

Barriers to Trade (TBT) see the following URL: Foreword - Supplementary information

The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 145, Graphical symbols, Subcommittee SC 1,

Public information symbols.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
Graphical symbols — Public information symbols
AMENDMENT 3

Add the following public information symbols to the alphabetical summary in Table 1 and to the

summary of all symbols in Tables 2 and 7:
— PI BP 009: Biometric facial recognition facility
— PI BP 010: Look to a point
— PI BP 011: Manual passport control
— PI BP 012: Move hair
— PI BP 013: Open passport and place on scanning device
— PI BP 014: Do not smile
— PI BP 015: No headwear
— PI BP 016: Wait
— PI BP 017: No sunglasses
— PI BP 018: Single person
— PI BP 019: Proceed forward
— PI CF 019: Shoeshine
— PI CF 020: Snack machine
— PI PF 037: Library
— PI PF 072: Loop for the hearing impaired
— PI PF 073: Priority facilities for obese people
— PI TF 029: Rental bicycle
— PI TF 031: Quarantine
— PI TF 032: Quarantine, animal
— PI TF 033: Quarantine, people
— PI TF 034: Quarantine, plant
— PI TF 036: Self-contained camper van
— PI TF 038: Animal transportation
— PI TF 039: Bus disembarkation
— PI TF 040: Bus embarkation
— PI TF 041: Priority seats for obese people
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 009: Biometric facial recognition facility
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 009
Meaning
Biometric facial recognition facility
Function
To indicate the location of a biometric facial
recognition facility.
Image content
A human head in outline (profile/side view), right
facing to a “still” image camera. A biometric symbol is
present in the lower right corner.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
Finding the biometric facial recognition facility.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on a direction sign,

door, wall or adjacent to a biometric, electronic passports station.
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 010: Look to a point
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 010
Meaning
Look to a point
Function
To instruct a person to look directly at a camera
(which may not be visible) for facial recognition and
comparison with a pre-recorded image.
Image content
A human head in outline (profile/side view), right
facing. A horizontal, rightward direction arrow with
dotted shaft points to a small, filled circle.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should look at an indicated point.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 011: Manual passport control
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 011
Meaning
Manual passport control
Function
To instruct a person to go to manual passport control
(the electronic passport system having
been unsuccessful).
Image content
On the upper left, a partially open passport with the
biometric symbol on the cover. On the upper right,
the torso, arms and head of a uniformed official. In
the centre, a horizontal bar representing a counter.
On the lower left (below the counter), a rightward
pointing arrow.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should go directly to the attended passport control station.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.

The arrow may be orientated to the left if the manual passport control is in that direction.

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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 012: Move hair
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 012
Meaning
Move hair
Function
To instruct a person to move hair away from their
face and eyes for photographic imaging.
Image content
A frontal, outline view of a human head with black
hair and a fringe. The persons left eye and mouth are
visible. An arrow with a long, curved shaft moves
from the centre of the face to the top left of the
symbol on top of the hair.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should move any hair over the face away from the eyes and upper face.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 013: Open passport and place on scanning device
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 013
Meaning
Open passport and place on scanning device
Function
To instruct a person to open their electronic p assport
and place it face-down on a scanning device.
Image content
On the left, a partially open passport with the
biometric symbol on the cover. On the upper right,
a downward pointing arrow with a curved shaft to
a scanning device (lower right) on which an open
passport is placed.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning

The person should open their electronic passport and place it face down on the scanning device.

Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 014: Do not smile
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 014
Meaning
Do not smile
Function
To instruct a person not to smile and to remain
“straight faced” for photographic imaging.
Image content
A frontal, outline view of a human head with a curved
“smiling” mouth. Over the mouth only is a red,
ne g a t ion c r o s s .

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should not smile (or talk).
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 015: No headwear
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 015
Meaning
No headwear
Function
To instruct persons to remove their headwear for
photographic imaging.
Image content
A black, “trilby” style hat with the front slightly
raised to reveal the inside, over which a red,
diagonal, negation bar is superimposed.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should remove any hats or headwear.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 016: Wait
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 016
Meaning
Wait
Function
To instruct persons to wait while the biometric
identity system is processing their information.
Image content
An “hourglass”.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should wait and be patient.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 017: No sunglasses
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 017
Meaning
No sunglasses
Function
To instruct persons to remove sunglasses for
photographic imaging.
Image content
Front view of a pair of dark sunglasses, superimposed
with a red, diagonal, negation bar.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should remove their sunglasses.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 018: Single person
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 018
Meaning
Single person
Function
To instruct persons to enter the facility one at a time.
Image content
Three, forward-facing, upright human forms, side by
side. The left-most one is larger than the remaining
two. The two smaller human forms are superimposed
with a red negation cross.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
Persons should enter the facility one at a time.
Need
To aid persons using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 019: Proceed forward
Reference no.
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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 7001
Third edition
2007-11-01
AMENDMENT 3
2016-xx-xx
Graphical symbols — Public
information symbols
AMENDMENT 3
Symboles graphiques — Symboles destinés à l’information du public
AMENDEMENT 3
PROOF/ÉPREUVE
Reference number
ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
ISO 2016
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
COPYRIGHT PROTECTED DOCUMENT
© ISO 2016, Published in Switzerland

All rights reserved. Unless otherwise specified, no part of this publication may be reproduced or utilized otherwise in any form

or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, or posting on the internet or an intranet, without prior

written permission. Permission can be requested from either ISO at the address below or ISO’s member body in the country of

the requester.
ISO copyright office
Ch. de Blandonnet 8 • CP 401
CH-1214 Vernier, Geneva, Switzerland
Tel. +41 22 749 01 11
Fax +41 22 749 09 47
copyright@iso.org
www.iso.org
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards

bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out

through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technical

committee has been established has the right to be represented on that committee. International

organizations, governmental and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work.

ISO collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) on all matters of

electrotechnical standardization.

The procedures used to develop this document and those intended for its further maintenance are

described in the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1. In particular the different approval criteria needed for the

different types of ISO documents should be noted. This document was drafted in accordance with the

editorial rules of the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2 (see www.iso.org/directives).

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. Details of

any patent rights identified during the development of the document will be in the Introduction and/or

on the ISO list of patent declarations received (see www.iso.org/patents).

Any trade name used in this document is information given for the convenience of users and does not

constitute an endorsement.

For an explanation on the meaning of ISO specific terms and expressions related to conformity

assessment, as well as information about ISO’s adherence to the WTO principles in the Technical

Barriers to Trade (TBT) see the following URL: Foreword - Supplementary information

The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 145, Graphical symbols, Subcommittee SC 1,

Public information symbols.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
Graphical symbols — Public information symbols
AMENDMENT 3

Add the following public information symbols to the alphabetical summary in Table 1 and to the

summary of all symbols in Tables 2 and 7:
— PI BP 009: Biometric facial recognition facility
— PI BP 010: Look to a point
— PI BP 011: Manual passport control
— PI BP 012: Move hair
— PI BP 013: Open passport and place on scanning device
— PI BP 014: Do not smile
— PI BP 015: No headwear
— PI BP 016: Wait
— PI BP 017: No sunglasses
— PI BP 018: Single person
— PI BP 019: Proceed forward
— PI CF 019: Shoeshine
— PI CF 020: Snack machine
— PI PF 037: Library
— PI PF 072: Loop for the hearing impaired
— PI PF 073: Priority facilities for obese people
— PI TF 029: Rental bicycle
— PI TF 031: Quarantine
— PI TF 032: Quarantine, animal
— PI TF 033: Quarantine, people
— PI TF 034: Quarantine, plant
— PI TF 036: Self-contained camper van
— PI TF 038: Animal transportation
— PI TF 039: Bus disembarkation
— PI TF 040: Bus embarkation
— PI TF 041: Priority seats for obese people
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 009: Biometric facial recognition facility
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 009pr
Meaning
Biometric facial recognition facility
Function
To indicate the location of a biometric facial
recognition facility.
Image content
A human head in outline (profile/side view), right
facing to a “still” image camera. A biometric symbol is
present in the lower right corner.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
Finding the biometric facial recognition facility.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on a direction sign,

door, wall or adjacent to a biometric, electronic passports station.
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 010: Look to a point
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 010pr
Meaning
Look to a point
Function
To instruct a person to look directly at a camera
(which may not be visible) for facial recognition and
comparison with a pre-recorded image.
Image content
A human head in outline (profile/side view), right
facing. A horizontal, rightward direction arrow with
dotted shaft points to a small, filled circle.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should look at an indicated point.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 011: Manual passport control
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 011pr
Meaning
Manual passport control
Function
To instruct a passenger to go to manual passport
control (the electronic passport system having been
unsuccessful).
Image content
On the upper left, a partially open passport with the
biometric symbol on the cover. On the upper right,
the torso, arms and head of a uniformed official. In
the centre, a horizontal bar representing a counter.
On the lower left (below the counter), a rightward
pointing arrow.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The passenger should go directly to the attended passport control station.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.

The arrow may be orientated to the left if the manual passport control is in that direction.

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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 012: Move hair
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 012pr
Meaning
Move hair
Function
To instruct a person to move hair away from their
face and eyes for photographic imaging.
Image content
A frontal, outline view of a human head with black
hair and a fringe. The persons left eye and mouth are
visible. An arrow with a long, curved shaft moves
from the centre of the face to the top left of the
symbol on top of the hair.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should move any hair over the face away from the eyes and upper face.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 013: Open passport and place on scanning device
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 013pr
Meaning
Open passport and place on scanning device
Function
To instruct a passenger to open their electronic
passport and place it face-down on a scanning device.
Image content
On the left, a partially open passport with the
biometric symbol on the cover. On the upper right,
a downward pointing arrow with a curved shaft to
a scanning device (lower right) on which an open
passport is placed.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning

The passenger should open their electronic passport and place it face down on the scanning device.

Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 014: Do not smile
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 014
Meaning
Do not smile
Function
To instruct a person not to smile and to remain
“straight faced” for photographic imaging.
Image content
A frontal, outline view of a human head with a curved
“smiling” mouth. Over the mouth only is a red,
ne g a t ion c r o s s .

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should not smile (or talk).
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 015, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 015: No headwear
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 015
Meaning
No headwear
Function
To instruct passengers to remove their headwear for
photographic imaging.
Image content
A black, “trilby” style hat with the front slightly raised
to reveal the inside, over which a red, diagonal,
negation bar is superimposed.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The passenger should remove any hats or headwear.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 016, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 016: Wait
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 016
Meaning
Wait
Function
To instruct passengers to wait while the biometric
identity system is processing their information.
Image content
An “hourglass”.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The passenger should wait and be patient.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 017, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 017: No sunglasses
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 017
Meaning
No sunglasses
Function
To instruct passengers to remove sunglasses for
pho t o g r aph ic i m a g i n g .
Image content
Front view of a pair of dark sunglasses, superimposed
with a red, diagonal, negation bar.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
The person should remove their sunglasses.
Need
To aid travellers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 018 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 018: Single person
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – PI BP 018
Meaning
Single person
Function
To instruct passengers to enter the facility one at a
time.
Image content
Three, forward-facing, upright human forms, side by
side. The left-most one is larger than the remaining
two. The two smaller human forms are superimposed
with a red negation cross.

Human behaviour that is intended to be caused after understanding the public information

symbol’s meaning
Passengers should enter the facility one at a time.
Need
To aid passengers using biometric, electronic passport systems.
Related meanings
PI PB 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017 and 019.
Field of application
Public facilities, transport facilities, tourism, culture and heritage.
Context of use

This symbol appears in airports, sea ports and international rail stations. You might find it on an electronic

passport (ePassport) station (eGate/SmartGate).
Intended user population
General population.
Age of user
13 to 60 years, 60 plus.
Additional information

Test data obtained according to ISO 9186-1 are not available from more than one country. Findings from

national testing, however, showed that in one country the symbol exceeded the criteria of acceptability. It is

recommended that this symbol is accompanied by text to increase comprehension.
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ISO 7001:2007/Amd.3:2016(E)
PI BP 019: Proceed forward
Reference no.
ISO 7001 – P
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