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Assessment of 1-to-Many Matching in the Airport Departure Process

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Assessment of 1-to-Many Matching in the Airport Departure Process

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Assessment of 1-to-Many Matching in the Airport Departure Process

By Collins Aerospace
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With higher capacity airplanes, flights along major routes increasing, and passenger demand growing, all indicators point to more people in more planes going more places.

Over the last few years, facial recognition biometrics have been deployed extensively across multiple-use cases and multiple industries.

Specifically, the use of biometrics can cut waiting times, increase security, and restrict the ability for someone to change their identity.

The 1-to-Many matching approach is being promoted for use in airports because it removes the requirement for passengers to produce a BCBP or passport. The passenger’s face effectively becomes their identification token.

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