FTE took a tour of London Stansted Airport to find out how the £260 million transformation project is helping to improve the passenger experience.
A total of 62 e-gates, which make use of face, iris and fingerprint recognition technology, have been installed at Doha’s Hamad International Airport.
São Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport has started testing immigration e-gates ahead of a permanent installation in Terminals 2 and 3 in August.
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.
Australian Customs and Border Protection has launched a trial to extend the SmartGate automated border control solution to Singapore nationals arriving in Australia.
The Portuguese Immigration and Borders Service has installed 35 of Vision-Box’s document readers to unify the manual and automated border control processes at Lisbon Airport. Read full article »
FTE paid a visit to Gatwick Airport, where CIO Michael Ibbitson showed us how next-generation technology is being used to improve the baggage, security and immigration processes. Read full article »
FTE toured London Stansted Airport with Neil Banks, Terminal Transformation Manager, to preview the latest developments, including self-service smart access security gates, fast-track security, intuitive wayfinding and a virtual assistant. Read full article »
Automated border control SmartGate kiosks will be trialled for outbound passengers at Brisbane Airport, following high uptake among inbound travellers.
A total of 24 automated border control e-gates that make use of facial recognition technology have been installed at Lisbon Airport.