(Business Traveler) – Collins Aerospace has completed the installation of new biometric screening technology at Tokyo’s Haneda International airport, which it says will “streamline passenger processing through reduced physical interactions and bottlenecks at multiple passenger touchpoints”. The project has seen the addition of 98 self-service check-in kiosks, 30 biometric enrollment kiosks, 104 biometric devices for self-bag drop, 17 biometric automated security gates, and 42 biometric automated self-boarding gates. “Our ‘Face Express’ system will allow passengers to efficiently proceed through procedures at the airport utilizing facial recognition, eliminating the hassle of showing their passport and boarding pass,” said Shoichi Ohashi, Tokyo […]

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