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EAB hosting Biometrics in Aviation seminar in Lisbon

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The European Association for Biometrics (EAB), in cooperation with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), is presenting a ‘Biometrics in Aviation’ seminar in Lisbon on June 12.

A meeting place for all major stakeholders from the aviation industry, including airports, airlines, government and industry, ‘Biometrics in Aviation’ will focus on sharing best practices based on successful implementations and how to adapt them in operational environments.

The seminar will familiarize attendees with biometric methods and applications in the aviation industry by providing guidance and insights on how biometrics can optimize key aspects of the passengers processing at airports including seamless travel experience, customer interaction, operational efficiency, fraud reduction and prevention.

Speakers will provide participants with their experience on how to develop and deploy biometric technologies and solutions and share experiences from a business perspective, touching on important aspects such as process flows, added value, fraud reduction, regulations and applicable law, implementation strategy and client experiences.

The seminar will also review the many new opportunities arising from improved biometric technologies and methods, intelligent use of networked data and sophisticated public/private partnerships and see discussions on how processes can be designed to be convenient, secure and privacy compliant.

The seminar will be useful for a broad audience from the aviation sector, such as airport operators, airline represenatives, law enforcement officers and policy makers. Operational oriented people will also benefit from participating, including security managers, application developers, innovation managers and customer journey specialists.

‘Biometrics in Aviation’ is supported by BioTrust, HSB Identification, VisionBox and NEC .

The seminar will be co-located with the IATA ‘One Identity’ workshop. Representatives from airports, airlines and governments can attend for free.

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