Face Recognition Technology Is Speeding Up The Check-In Process

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The SITA Smart Path system at San Francisco International Airport links a passenger’s driver’s license to a facial biometric scan at check-in.
Credit: SITA
Many airports and airlines are trialing biometrics technologies, and a growing need for contactless processing at airports is fueling interest, but challenges exist around its mass adoption. In April, San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Chicago-based United Airlines began a three-month...
Linda Blachly

Linda Blachly is Senior Associate Editor for Air Transport World and Aviation Week. She joined the company in July 2010 and is responsible for producing features for Air Transport World’s monthly magazine and engaging content for the aviationweek.com. She is based in the Washington DC office.

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