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- 1. SAS using Biometrics from Precise Biometrics for enhanced Security
SAS using Biometrics from Precise Biometrics for enhanced Security.
- 2. Biometrics for Better Travel: An ID Management Revolution
According to Biometrics for Better Travel: An ID Management Revolution, a report published on Tuesday by SITA, biometric technology is emerging as the top solution for airlines and airports to automate identity checks amid rising passenger numbers. The report outlines how using biometrics to check passengerís identity will power faster and more secure self-service processes at airp
- 3. New Research from LogicaCMG highlights Continued Optimism over Biometrics
New Research from LogicaCMG highlights Continued Optimism over Biometrics. The region has witnessed a number of major announcements regarding biometric technology in recent months, with the launch of the first biometric-enabled ATMs in the UAE, as well as the news that biometrics will be deployed as part of the allocation of visas to travel to the UK for GCC residents. A number of
- 4. Singapore Changi Airport testing biometrics based check-in and immigration system
Singapore Changi Airport testing biometrics based check-in and immigration system.
- 5. Biometrics to play key role in Security Practices says Motorola
Biometrics to play key role in Security Practices says Motorola.
- 6. SAS introduces Fingerprint Biometrics at Arlanda and Landvetter
SAS introduces Fingerprint Biometrics at Arlanda and Landvetter. The entire solution enables passengers to provide fingerprints when checking in their baggage, where the fingerprints will be stored temporarily. Upon boarding, the passenger will once again provide his/her fingerprint, which is then matched with the fingerprint that was given at the baggage check-in counter. The aim
- 7. SAS launches Biometrics at Airports all over Sweden
SAS launches Biometrics at Airports all over Sweden. SAS Sweden is to launch a new biometric system throughout Sweden. Travellers use their fingerprint, which is matched to their checked baggage. This makes the check-in process easier and improves security. The new technology is being launched during November and December at almost all airports served by SAS in Sweden.
- 8. SITAís Smart Path Technology Uses Biometrics to Enhance Travel Experience
SITA has unveiled Smart Path, new technology that allows passengers to move through the airport and board the aircraft simply by presenting themselves for a biometric check. Once verified there is no need for the passenger to present a boarding pass, a passport or travel documents again.
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