CLEAR biometric identity membership platform deployed at Comerica Park
Biometric identity membership platform CLEAR has been deployed at Comerica Park in Detroit.
Using CLEAR, Detroit Tigers fans can quickly move through security with the touch of a finger or blink of an eye. The launch at Comerica Park expands CLEAR’s nationwide footprint to 24 airports and seven stadiums nationwide including Yankee Stadium and Citi Field in New York, Coors Field in Denver, Marlins Park and American Airlines Arena in Miami, and AT&T Park in San Francisco.
Tigers fans can enroll on-site for free at Comerica Park and members can begin using CLEAR immediately at the ballpark. For $15 per month, users can upgrade their account with CLEAR to an All-Access membership that allows for use at ballparks and airports where CLEAR is available.
“In addition to expanding the network of venues where CLEAR is available, we are also working on applications for biometrics that extend beyond security to other uses inside the venue that will continue to transform the game day experience,” said CLEAR CEO Caryn Seidman-Becker.
CLEAR claims more than one million members and is certified as a Qualified Anti-terrorism Technology by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. CLEAR’s three-step sign-up process takes less than five minutes – CLEAR digitally authenticates your driver’s license or passport, confirms your identity, and then creates your biometric account.
Last month CLEAR was issued a Notice of Allowance for a U.S. patent application relating to its biometrics-based boarding pass technologies.