Assessment of 1-to-Many matching in the airport departure process
Rockwell Collins review two different approaches to the deployment of biometrics and their application to the airport departure process…
The airline industry is experiencing significant growth. With higher capacity airplanes, flights along major routes increasing and passenger demand growing, all indicators point to more people in more planes going more places. And in fact, International Air Transport Association (IATA) figures from January – July 2015 show a passenger traffic growth of 6.5% compared to the same period in 2014. This increase in demand is driving airports to evaluate numerous technologies that can more efficiently process passengers while also enhancing security. Download this Whitepaper to find out more!
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