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- 1. Emirates Trials World’s First Integrated “Biometric Path”
Emirates is gearing up to launch the world’s first “biometric path” at Dubai International airport. Utilising the latest biometric technology – a mix of facial and iris recognition, Emirates passengers will soon be able to check-in for their flight, complete immigration formalities, enter the Emirates Lounge, and board their flights, simply by strolling through the airport.
- 2. Orlando Int. Airport to Implement Biometric Exit Checks Across Whole Airport
Orlando International is the first U.S. airport to fully deploy the U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) Biometric Entry and Exit Program. Over the coming months, SITA will integrate Smart Path, its sophisticated biometric technology, at the airport’s 30 international boarding gates.
- 3. Passengers Want Single Biometric Identity Token for All Travel Transactions
Digital travel processes are the expectation and passengers want more. The Global Passenger Survey found that 82% of travelers would like to be able to use a digital passport on their smartphones for as many travel activities as possible, from booking flights to passing through the airport. Biometric identification systems were the technology of choice with 64% favoring biometric i
- 4. Smiths Detection Unveils Integrated Checkpoint Solution Which Harnesses Biometric Technology
Smiths Detection used inter airport Europe 2019 earlier this month to showcase an integrated checkpoint solution which harnesses biometric technology to enable risk-based screening practices. The company partnered with experts in the field of biometry to, for the first time, create a proof of concept which integrates biometric identity management solutions with class-leading screen
- 5. British Airways Testing Biometric Boarding Gate Technology in Orlando
Passengers flying with British Airways from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to London Gatwick are using biometric boarding at the gate. A quick photo is all that is needed to board the international flight – no passport, no boarding card – thanks to innovative technology. SITA, the global air transport IT provider, integrated automated boarding gates with the US Customs and Bor
- 6. Emirates Receives CBP Approval for Biometric Boarding in USA
Emirates has received approval for biometric boarding from the U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP). The green light means that customers flying from Dubai to any of Emirates’ 12 destinations in the U.S. will soon be able to choose facial recognition technology at the departure gates, reducing the time taken for identity checks to two seconds or less.
- 7. Rockwell Collins Integrates Facial Recognition into Self-Bag Drop Solution
Rockwell Collins has integrated facial recognition into its self-bag drop solution, expanding its biometric identity offerings. With the Rockwell Collins solution, the passenger’s face is captured by a biometric camera and linked to his or her passport and boarding pass. Once complete, passengers can place their bag onto the belt to be weighed before it is automatically accepted by
- 8. British Airways Begins Trial of Self-Service Biometric Boarding Gates at Los Angeles Airport
British Airways is trialing self-service biometric boarding gates on international flights out of the USA, working in partnership with Los Angeles Airport. The new technology, created by Vision-Box, will create a smoother journey for customers, as they will no longer need to present their passport or boarding pass at the gate – only at check in and security. Instead, travellers can
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