Schiphol starts in 2017 experiment with facial rating




Schiphol starts in 2017 with a pilot to apply face recognition to travelers. That leaves Innovation Manager Chistiaan them know the Telegraph. The technique should provide a better flow of passengers.

That is to reach the airport by the travelers a faster way past check-in and lead security and passport controls, so writes the newspaper on the basis of an interview. According Innovation Manager Those are apps to track people and identify the next few years more and more important. These apps contain identifying information enabling travelers’ can be fed the fly past checkpoints through scans.

In the future, the various control gates must remain open standard, according to them. This will only close as if ‘something is wrong’, so that staff can perform an additional check. In this way, people just go through and only suspicious individuals singled out. For this purpose, Schiphol will also “more super cameras and behavioral profilers bets. “We are experimenting with the so-called biometric flow associated with passport and boarding pass. The flow can be increased so strong,” Them further explains.

In April, explained Schiphol-cio Albert van Veen on the Parool that travelers in 2018 one complete route of departure to be able to sit on the plane on the basis of face recognition. In May 2015 started a similar project on the Aruba airport under the name ‘Happy Flow. In addition, the passenger need only once to show his passport at the terminal. Then go check in, drop off baggage and passing through the border face. Schiphol held a trial with automatic passport control for departing passengers in 2010.

A spokesman for Schiphol said opposite Tweakers that no further details are known about the test, because right now “everything is yet to be mapped.


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