Largest ever biometric boarding rollout coming to Miami Airport

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 0

Miami International Airport travelers will soon be able to board their international flights via touchless biometric access. All passenger gates will have face biometric boarding capability by 2023, which the airport says will be the largest rollout of biometrics at any US airport.

It is installing the SITA Smart Path etchant enables passengers to use their face biometrics as a for speedy verification and access.

MIA says passengers only have to stand in front of a camera at the boarding gate to get verified.

 

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