Issue 3’s Guide To…Biometrics
Within this section of the magazine we feature articles from Fraport AG, Kempegowda International Airport and the Brazilian Ministry of Infrastructure on their biometric programmes.
Biometrics are being used increasingly in airports around the world and is particularly relevant during a pandemic. This Guide To features articles on three different biometric programmes being used across the world, which are helping airports to achieve operational efficiency, create a seamless and personalised passenger experience and, ultimately, revenue increases.
- Just one look: the passenger journey of tomorrow
Alexander Laukenmann, Senior Executive Vice President of the Aviation Unit at Fraport AG, talks International Airport Review through the Star Alliance Biometrics programme being adopted by Frankfurt Airport.
- Travelling in DigiYatra style
Satyaki Raghunath, Chief Strategy and Development Officer at Kempegowda International Airport, explains the vision behind the contactless travel ‘DigiYatra’ programme in creating a pan-Indian solution to be used across the entire travel and transportation ecosystem in India and beyond.
- Using biometrics to increase the safety and efficiency of airport processes
Carlos Souza, Integrated Planning Coordinator and Felipe de Sousa, Operational Performance Coordinator at the Brazilian Ministry of Infrastructure, explain how the Safer Boarding Project will help Brazilian airports to achieve operational efficiency, create a seamless and personalised passenger journey and, ultimately, lead to revenue increases.