November 1, 2016 -
Vision-Box recently presented its Orchestra platform for end-to-end passenger flow management and improved airport business intelligence at the Future Travel Experience Exhibition in Singapore, one of the world’s principal gatherings of leading travel industry businesses, government representatives, and insider experts.
The Orchestra platform combines actionable intelligence tools to guarantee the reliable identification of travelers and people of interest, including risk anticipation, real-time passenger flow monitoring, effective exception handling, and an improvement in the overall monitoring metrics of traveler flows at the airport through data analytics capabilities.
According to a company statement, Orchestra stakeholders can define passenger workflows and rely on a catalog of published services to write their own relevant business rules. Based on biometric transactions initiated by the passenger at each sequential self-service Happy Flow touchpoint – mobile, check-in kiosks, bag drop, security, border or boarding gates – real-time data on passenger identity is stored in a highly secured manner utilizing privacy by design principles.
Pedro Torres, Vision-Box marketing director, commented that “Orchestra is the first open services, cross-stakeholder platform for improved process monitoring, business intelligence and decision-making built upon biometrics. Combining all identity and border management solutions into a complete set of intelligent layers, Orchestra effectively digs into a gold mine of different security, efficiency and value-creation opportunities for every airport stakeholder. Aruba International was the first airport in the world to deploy Vision-Box’s 100% self-service Happy Flow and major international airports will soon announce its adoption.”
During the Future Travel Experience Exhibition in Singapore, Vision-Box showcased an end-to-end passenger journey, with a live demonstrations of Happy Flow and Orchestra and how they play a fundamental role in the airport ecosystem.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Princess Juliana Airport in Sint Maarten recently deployed self-service security checkpoint eGates by Vision-Box.