A new industry report highlights how biometrics can transform the passenger experience, from check-in to in-flight entertainment.
Changi Airport Group CIO Steve Lee discusses the Group’s biometrics-related plans and considers the merits of wearables and single passenger tokens.
McCarran Airport’s David Bourgon summarises how more effective collaboration can enhance the check-in, bag drop, security, immigration and arrivals processes.
FTE takes a look at the top five technologies that are shaping tomorrow’s airport experience and should be on the radar of every airport and airline.
Business and tourist visa holders, Mexican travellers with border crossing cards and airline crew are among those able to make use of the new kiosks.
Jerry Tolzman discusses the trial of a fingerprint-based boarding pass at San Jose Airport and says Alaska Airlines will bide its time before deciding the next steps.
Ten additional facial recognition-enabled e-gates have been installed at Prague Airport as part of the Czech Border Police’s EasyGo project.
FTE explores how facial, iris and fingerprint biometric technology is being used at airports in the US, EU, Australia and Singapore to expedite and secure passenger processing.
KLM, Schiphol Group, the Aruba Government and Vision-Box discuss the vast potential of the groundbreaking, biometric-based Aruba Happy Flow project.
The US Preclearance programme could be expanded to 10 new airports, including Heathrow, Schiphol, Brussels, Narita, Istanbul and Stockholm Arlanda.