Three more Spanish airports – Reus, Girona-Costa Brava and Tenerife Sur benefit from new Automated Border Control (ABC) gate deployments for improved and speed up the process of border management and traveller experience.
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• With health restrictions and regulations in place around the world, high-tech solutions from Thales (Artificial Intelligence, biometrics, etc.) offer airports, airlines and border officials opportunities to increase operational efficiency, protect pa
• Thales and Inetum provide joint expertise to deliver greater security and convenience at the airports of Valencia and Bilbao, and before long at Fuerteventura. • Smart accesses improve the border control process with higher agility and security • New system facilitate
• In 2017 the European Union adopted a new directive for the deployment of a biometric entry and exit registration system (EES) for Member States in order to strengthen the security of the Schengen Area and modernize border crossings. • In less than one minute, third-co
Facial Recognition Pilot Project at Madrid Airport evolves into broader Contactless Passenger Experience
The AENA airports authority, Iberia, Inetum and Thales partner in this ambitious project, supported by Spain’s Industrial Technology Development Centre (CDTI). It uses biometric identification of passengers with tablet-type devices. Project aims to increase security
After several months of lockdown in Spain, returning to normality will take place with limitations to avoid a new massive outbreak among the population.