|Event||Passenger Terminal EXPO 2018|
|Organiser||UKi Media & Events Ltd.|
|Press Release Date||29.01.2018|
Integral to every automated solution is the need to capture biometric data from an ID document, barcoded boarding pass, FQTV card, and so on. This data helps to confirm that a passenger has checked-in so that they can drop off their luggage, checks they have a valid boarding pass so that they can pass security or buy duty-free goods, and takes their FQTV details to allow them to collect points and enter a premium lounge.
Whether integrated into self-check-in kiosks or automated bag-drop machines, installed into auto security gates or boarding gates, these devices are often the passenger’s only direct point of contact.
The adoption of new technologies has led to a change in how passengers present their boarding passes, and the Access-IS BGR750 multifunction boarding gate reader enables intuitive customer interaction by reading all media from a single point of presentation. Just beginning to emerge is the idea that passengers will register their identity at a self-service kiosk, traditional check-in or even self bag drop. Having captured biometric data from the passport, the rest of their passage would rely on facial or fingerprint recognition. Multifunction check-in devices like Access-IS’s ATOM would enable this by capturing all the necessary personal and biometric data at registration to permit the use of a single digital token.
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