Aéroports de Montréal’s Antoine Rostworowski discusses how Smart Security, automation and a single passenger token can help improve airport security and immigration.
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport will install biometric-based CLEAR security lanes later this year, expediting the process for pre-registered travellers.
Doha’s new Hamad International Airport and home carrier Qatar Airways will trial the Smart Security concept, while the airline has also received the Fast Travel Green Award.
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.
Virgin Atlantic, Vueling, airberlin and Iberia have already embraced smartglasses and smartwatches. What’s next for wearable technology in the travel sector? Read full article »
A number of airlines and airports have already registered an interest in participating in the groundbreaking “Straight Through Travel” project – sign-up now.
Australian Customs and Border Protection has launched a trial to extend the SmartGate automated border control solution to Singapore nationals arriving in Australia.
FTE and Capgemini have joined forces to launch a project aimed at improving the passenger experience through collaboration – sign-up now to play your part.
Orlando International Airport has introduced biometric kiosks that can be used by travellers arriving from visa waiver countries to speed-up the immigration process. Read full article »