Schiphol selects Vision-Box technology for facial recognition pilot

February 9, 2017 - 

Vision-Box has signed a framework agreement with Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport to implement an end-to-end biometrics-based passenger journey founded on completely redesigned, document-less, self-service passenger-centric touch-points.

The program will transform conventional physical and psychological barriers into a standardized, yet streamlined, seamless passenger-walkthrough experience.

Miguel Leitmann, CEO at Vision-Box, stated that “We are proud to announce this real premiere in the aviation industry at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Our commitment is to present a completely modernized passenger experience, based on a shared vision of the digital airport. The redesigned Schiphol Airport journey will offer the best-in-class human-machine experience, a memorable passenger-centric walkthrough from curb to cabin and a seamless gateway into the future.”

Schiphol is undertaking a three-month trial to evaluate the speed, reliability and user-friendliness of the biometrics-based system, as well as the boarding process and passenger experience.

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