The trial will apply to passengers on one flight a day from the United States to Japan and forms part of CBP’s wider Entry-Exit strategy.
New automated border control e-gates are now live at Curaçao International Airport in both the arrivals and departures terminals at the Caribbean airport.
FTE takes a look at a variety of solutions, ranging from offsite self-tagging and wayfinding apps to single biometric tokens and autonomous transportation.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is using facial recognition technology to further secure the border control process at New York’s JFK Airport.
Passengers from the European Union arriving at Naples International Airport can now make use of e-gates to speed up the border control process.
FTE takes a look at the top five technology trends that will shape the passenger experience in 2016, and which should be on every airport and airline’s radar.
FTE speaks to SITA, Rockwell Collins, DSG Bagdrop, Materna, P5T and ICM about the future direction of self-service bag drop and the role that biometrics will play.
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.