ABC egates use facial recognition biometrics
ABC system from Vision-Box cuts border clearance time in half
Colombian nationals register their iris in departure and it is then checked on arrival
More Canadian airports to follow in 2017
The eGates are the first to be used in Iceland
e-Gates installed on French side of border
Biometric checks will use facial recognition to process EU passengers
Passengers have to register for the program
Up to 150 passengers per hour at each gate
First use of ABC eGates in Uruguay
For use of non-resident visitors on departure
ABC e-gates from Vision-Box at Terminal 2
DFW is the seventh US airport to add MPC
Will use biometrics to verify passengers
More than 2,000 passengers per day processed
Increase in passengers needs automated solutions
The eGates will process about 400,000 passengers a month.
An initial nine next generation ABC e-Gates will be installed in 2015 at Auckland international airport.
New SmartGates use a one-step process by incorporating the passport scanner into the gate, eliminating the kiosk and ticket system currently used.
The six new e-gates cost 2.4 million euros.