Automated border control SmartGate kiosks will be trialled for outbound passengers at Brisbane Airport, following high uptake among inbound travellers.
FTE takes a look at the new paper from Artefact Group’s Rob Girling, which explores the future role of wearable technology and biometrics in the travel sector.
Members of the CLEAR programme, which allows passengers to bypass security queues, can now use dedicated lanes at San Jose International Airport. Read full article »
Human Recognition Systems’ MFlow Journey was recently installed at Edinburgh Airport to measure the journey time of passengers passing through security.
A new pilot at Dublin Airport allows certain arriving passengers to use self-service immigration through automated border control gates. Read full article »
San Antonio Airport is set to become the sixth US airport to install CLEAR kiosks to streamline the security process. Read full article »
Implementation of a countrywide electronic border management system, based on biometric authentication, is part of the eGhana project to enhance security at airports across the country. Read full article »
Automated facial recognition technology will eliminate the need for passengers to stop and provide ID, allowing them to smoothly proceed through the airport. Read full article »