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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.
Don’t waste time and effort - maximise your airport sanitation procedures with passenger behaviour data.
Australia’s Avalon Airport is working to ensure world-class passenger safety and experience when the airport recommences flights.
Borry Vrieling, Founder and Managing Director of eezeetags, details how a post-coronavirus world will further require a developed self-service journey.
Hong Kong International Airport’s Terminal 1 extension is the latest milestone in the airport’s on-going mission to meet and exceed passenger expectations, details Vivian Cheung Kar-fay, Executive Director of Airport Operations at AAHK.
A new addition to the Tom Bradley International Terminal will speed up the processing of passengers, and could be enhanced by biometrics in the future.
Fraport Brasil has implemented 26 self-service gates; 14 at Forteleza Airport and 12 at Porto Alegre Airport, in a bid to improve efficiency.
The new e-gates have been installed at Tampa International Airport's Airside A, aiming to speed up processes and reduce waiting times.
New developments include the introduction of self-service check-in kiosks and bag-drop technology as part of Avalon Airport's efforts to improve efficiency.
Budapest Airport's new initiative was developed to allow for seamless connections for passengers flying with two or more unconnected airlines.
Self-service technology is imperative if airports aspire to meet the demands of tomorrow, emphasises Borry Vrieling from eezeetags.
Technology will create new roles and new operational models requiring different competencies and mindsets. Martín Eurnekian, President of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000, reminds us that the user experience must remain at the centre of this transformation.
As airports prepare to fulfil the new security and data collection requirements outlined by the EU, Chris Gilliland, Director of Innovative Travel Solutions within Vancouver International Airport, talks about how automated, self-service border control solutions must be considered.