MFlow used in Dubai Airport to solve biometric challenges

15/01/18 13:14 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

Like all major international airports, Dubai face the challenge of adequately managing rising passenger numbers. Through the use of biometric technology, the airport looks to retain a positive and seamless passenger experience while dealing with the huge increases in an operationally efficient way.

A recent article by Airport Technology featuring an interview with Michael Ibbitson, executive vice president at Dubai Airport, sheds light on the project.

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A holistic approach to a seamless passenger experience

10/01/18 15:04 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

It is clear that in order to alleviate the challenge of processing growing passenger numbers through the existing airport infrastructure, the aviation industry requires fundamental change. While the industry is undergoing significant technological change, very little focus has been on improving the all-important passenger experience.

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Digitising the passenger journey through data collaboration across airport checkpoints

07/12/17 15:15 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

A main challenge within the aviation industry is processing the growing passenger numbers through the existing airport infrastructure, while ensuring the passenger experience is seamless. 

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How to Exploit Airport Infrastructure for Future Passenger Growth

03/10/17 15:03 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

As passenger numbers are on the rise around the world, airports are reporting being at or near capacity, how can the industry hope to grow to meet demand when space is at a premium?

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HRS Discuss The Future Of Passenger ID Management In Barcelona

26/04/17 10:55 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

Our CEO and Founder, Neil Norman, was in Barcelona last week to speak at the Second Annual Airport Security Summit.

Neil presented on the subject of passenger ID management and the end to end passenger journey, a subject that is dominating discussions around terminal technology and operational efficiency in airports today.

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The Fact & Fiction of Facial Recognition Technology in Airports

20/10/16 15:08 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

Our CEO and founder recently featured in a BusinessCloud magazine article talking about all things facial recognition - where the technology is at the moment, where it's going in the future and more besides. Read the conversation here.

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Testing Facial Recognition Accuracy at HRS

11/08/16 15:50 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

To keep our commitment to constant product improvement at HRS, we make a habit of conducting regular tests on our biometric systems. 

Recently it's been the turn of MFlow, our facial recognition product used to measure the flow of people through airports and other crowded areas.  

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Gatwick’s Record-Breaking January Made Easier With Facial Recognition Technology

11/02/16 15:25 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

Airport Council International Europe has named London Gatwick as one of the fastest growing airports in Europe, and it's easy to see why.

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MFlow now helping London Luton Airport to reduce queue times

09/09/15 16:16 | News   |   Human Recognition Systems   |   Airports   |  0 Comments

London Luton Airport (LLA) has become the newest customer for MFlow, the world’s only industry proven passenger flow management solution to use facial recognition, helping ensure that passengers pass through the airport with minimal queues.

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Presentation to Passenger Terminal Expo 2015

11/03/15 14:20 | Airports   |  0 Comments

On 10th March 2015, I had the great pleasure of presenting to the Commercial Development, Concessions, Retail & Media conference at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 at the Porte de Versailles in Paris. Passenger Terminal Expo provides a powerful international platform for the airport and airline sectors to interact and share common issues, goals and solutions about the airport industry, with a particular and unique focus on the terminal.

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