Articles Tagged: “Passenger Tracking”

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Facial recognition system deployed at Edinburgh Airport

A security checkpoint.

Milan Malpensa deploys Bluetooth passenger tracking

Tampa International Airport’s Bluetooth-based queue measurement system.

Helsinki’s Bluetooth-based passenger tracking

Preparing for the NFC revolution

Features, Mobile & Wearable Technology // Jul 2011 // No Comments

Preparing for the NFC revolution

As the Near Field Communication (NFC) revolution moves ever closer, Air Canada and SAS share their views on how it will impact the future travel process.

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Bluetooth proves worth for passenger tracking

Features, Security & Facilitation // Apr 2011 // 6 Comments

Bluetooth proves worth for passenger tracking

The establishment of Bluetooth as a mature technology has led to its increased adoption as a reliable means of passenger tracking and airport queue management.

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Industry report highlights value of NFC, RFID, passenger and baggage tracking

Enhancing security, improving customer service

Features, Security & Facilitation // Sep 2009 // No Comments

Enhancing security, improving customer service

The CATSA (Canadian Air Transport Security Authority) Boarding Pass Security System (BPSS) trial was initiated as a partnership with Aéroports de Montréal, in which both organizations contributed requirements, resources and oversight. Peter Burden, General Manager, Screening Operations Projects, CATSA, outlined details of the project to Ross Falconer.

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