Security concerns in the present world continue to grow ever more complex. Identity management and the many billions lost every year through fraudulent authentication in financial, banking, retail and corporate environments is pushing for the need for enhanced and secure identification and personal verification technologies.
From entry to departure to arrival, kiosks could soon make it possible to venture through an airport without a single human interaction.
This infographic shows locations where apocalyptic backlogs of warm bodies are commonly found and gives examples of how businesses are using kiosks to combat them.
I am proud to announce the launch of the Automated Passport Solution, a touchscreen kiosk-based customs inspection system aimed at streamlining the airport customs process and reducing customs processing times. The APS kiosk system will be launching this fall at...
The increase in airport self-service deployments could take the stress out of future airline travel.
The average traveler has most likely experienced some degree of frustration at the airport as they made their way to the gate. Whether it's missing a flight by minutes because the check-in line was too long, or difficulties finding the right gate when they are pressed for time, the airport process is a hub for unpredictable scenarios.
Thanks to the power of website analytics, we have tallied the list of our most-read stories of 2012.
Airline travel and health care illustrate the spread of self-service in 2012.
From passport readers to frequent flyer cards, NFC in aviation calls for the highest level of security.
Automated check-in, baggage drop and boarding gates ranked high as technology priorities.