Project Manager in the Innovation Division of Aena, Pablo Lopez Loeches, discusses how the airport network is developing its use of biometrics.
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Tovah LaDier, Executive Director of the International Biometrics + Identity Association, provides a brief history of biometrics and aviation from 2001 to the present, with a focus on an ongoing policy debate over the decision to use facial recognition in Entry-Exit.
If the aviation sector is to prevail in this crisis, its leaders must commit to a new cross-sector delivery pledge that targets faster and more effective outcomes, says Ian Law, San Francisco International Airport’s Chief Information Officer.
Daniel-Robert Gooch, President of Canadian Airports Council, details how the demand to travel in Canada is strong and how airports should strive to meet this safely.
Veovo announces the introduction of virtual queuing and passenger density management solutions, designed to help support social distancing in airports.
Tara Nolan spoke to the renowned Maurice Jenkins to learn of his opinions on how airport IT should be furthered leveraged across the industry, and how technology sits in the centre of Miami Airport’s vision.
Pablo Lopez Loeches, Project Manager in the Innovation Division of Aena, details the various developmental projects being implemented at Aena’s airports.
Discover how seamless identification technology can help to prevent the transmission of pathogens at airports.
Rochelle ‘Chellie’ Cameron, CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, tells International Airport Review about the importance of the airport’s workforce, and the significance of guest experience.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Kadri Samsunlu, CEO of Istanbul iGA Airport, discusses how far the newly-developed airport has come since beginning operation at full capacity in early 2019.
Goutam Kundu, Chief Information Officer of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) and Founder of MWAA Labs, shares a personal look at the transformative journey that’s taken place over the last several years at the two-airport system of the U.S. nation’s capital.
Richard Hartshorn, Aviation Technical Director at Atkins, explores how technology will only impact an airport’s operation to a certain extent; the real benefits lie in the enhanced collaboration of an airport’s stakeholders.
Following the introduction of facial comparison, Hobby Airport is the first in Texas to have full biometric entry and exit for international passengers.
To handle the increasing demand for air travel in the Latin America region, El Dorado airport has evolved many of its technologies and IT processes. Fabian Ramos, CTO at El Dorado, offers more details on this transformation.