Ferries del Caribe’s MV Kydon cruise ship uses border control kiosks from Vancouver International Airport’s (YVR) Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS)
More Canadian airports to follow in 2017
Use of self-service kiosks simplifies entry process
First use of ABC eGates in Uruguay
Adds four more APC kiosks and 1 Global Entry
Port Everglades is the first U.S. cruise port to test APC
60-day pilot program begins on June 12, 2016
SJC is the twelfth airport to offer the app.
Vision_box is working with Unisys on the CBP facial recognition program
Kiosks now in use 24 airports in North America
DFW is the seventh US airport to add MPC
FLL is sixth to introduce MPC app
The eGates will process about 400,000 passengers a month.
Becomes first to meets CBP requirement for facial recognition for arriving passengers.
Increases eligibility to virtually all international arrivals at ATL.
Passengers from China, Colombia, India, Brazil (43%) and Mexico (38%) can process themselves through the kiosks.
The six new e-gates cost 2.4 million euros.
Project may expand to additional U.S. airports following analysis of results from tests at Dulles Airport in Virginia.
The self-service kiosks do not require any pre-registration, are free to use and effectively reduce waiting times by 25 to 40 percent.
Israel rolled out 17 more ABC kiosks in addition to 4 already in place.