KLM tests boarding via facial recognition system | Tnooz


Dutch airline KLM has started a pilot project to see if facial recognition software would make boarding any easier and quicker for passengers.

The “biometric boarding” technology has been designed so that passengers do not have to show their passport or boarding pass at the gate.

The system has been installed at a single gate at the airline’s home airport of Schiphol in Amsterdam and is expected to be in place for at least three months.

Passengers will be asked to register at a kiosk beforehand, as they approach the gate for their flight.

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