zondag 31 mei 2015

Israel airport installs face recognition passport kiosk.

















Israel has improved passport wait times by installing biometric passport kiosks in Ben-Gurion airport. These kiosks use a facial recognition system to identify passengers, according to a report by Israel National News.

This new development has been driven by the Biometric Database Law in Israel which requires a database with fingerprints and facial contours of all Israeli residents. According to a survey, 86 percent of Israeli passengers were happy with the new biometric kiosks and the improved wait times.

"This is another step in our project to promote improved service to the public," Immigration Authority CEO Amnon Ben-Ami said in a statement. "The stations prove themselves every day, both with the Israeli public and with tourists."


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