Articles Tagged: “Access Control”

Articles covering the latest passenger access control systems, biometric access control solutions and equipment.

Biometric-based, seamless airport processing to be trialled at Aruba Airport

Check-in & Validation // May 2014 // Comments Off

Biometric-based, seamless airport processing to be trialled at Aruba Airport

Aruba Airport will be the test-bed for the forward-thinking ‘Happy Flow’ pilot, in which biometrics will be used as the main passenger token at all touch-points.

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Sea-Tac Airport to install automated passenger security exit lanes

Immigration & Arrivals // Sep 2013 // Comments Off

Sea-Tac Airport to install automated passenger security exit lanes

In response to the upcoming removal of TSA staff from airport exit points, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has gained approval to install automated exit lane technology. Read full article »


Expedited CLEAR security lanes open at San Jose Airport

The top 10 trends that will change air travel forever, as learned at FTE Asia 2013 – Part two

The top 10 trends that will change air travel forever (and not in the ways you might expect) - Part one

O’Hare first US airport to receive Automated Passport Control

San Antonio International to utilise CLEAR technology

The access control security checkpoint eGates in Terminal 1 at Lisbon Airport.

Security & Facilitation // Jan 2013 // Comments Off

Lisbon Airport installs eGates in Terminal 1

ANA Aeroportos de Portugal has partnered with Vision-Box to install access control security checkpoint eGates in Terminal 1 at Lisbon Airport. The e-gates enable the automation of passenger control by validating their boarding pass – either paper or electronic. Read full article »


'Active collaboration' key to improving door-to-door experience

A BlackBerry NFC enabled mobile phone.

Mobile & Wearable Technology // May 2012 // Comments Off

SIM-based NFC trial to take place at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport

An innovative trial announced by Toulouse-Blagnac Airport and SITA will enable passengers to use their NFC-enabled smartphone to pass through key airport touch points. Read full article »


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