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Human Recognition Systems celebrates Airport Operator Association award

Posted: 2 November 2011 | Human Recognition Systems | No comments yet

Human Recognition Systems is delighted to announce it received the award for “Best Small Business” at the AOA Annual Awards…

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Human Recognition Systems is delighted to announce it received the award for “Best Small Business” at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) Annual Awards. This is in recognition for its contribution to the aviation industry.

The winners are decided democratically by the AOA Board and were selected for their outstanding work in their particular field. The award was presented at the AOA Annual Awards Ceremony at The Hilton Metropole London.

Ed Anderson, AOA Chairman commented:

“The number and quality of entries was unprecedented, reflecting the quality of people and companies working in the airports industry. Deciding on the winners was a difficult process, with so many outstanding entries, but the award winners showed particular excellence and dedication in their field.

“We congratulate Human Recognition Systems for their well deserved award”

Neil Norman, Human Recognition Systems’ chief executive, said:

“We are delighted to receive this award, to be recognised by the AOA for our work in the aviation industry is a great honour and something we are very proud to receive.

“The past year has been very exciting for us in our aviation sector, especially the deployment of both our MFlow Journey and MFlow Track products at the new Gatwick South Terminal. This year marks a tipping point for the aviation industry in terms of benefiting from biometrics and showing what can be achieved.”

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