News By/Courtesy: Ashutosh Tiwari | 13 Sep 2018 12:12pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Now face technology will be used at Airports to eliminate the need for Boarding Passes.
  • This technology has been unveiled at Washington’s Dulles Airport.
  • The introduction of Facial Recognition is a major step towards the elimination of congestion at airports in a “user-Friendly” manner.

Now facial technology will be used at Airports to eliminate the need for Boarding Passes. This technology has been unveiled at Washington’s Dulles Airport. The introduction of Facial Recognition is a major step towards the elimination of congestion at airports in a “user-Friendly” manner.

But a new question has arisen is relating to surveillance and piracy. Many people are against the use of Facial Recognition as it violates the privacy. The Official of Dulles airport are in full support of the system as according to them the facial recognition has helped them a lot in decreasing the congestion at the airport.

The officials have also decided to put new facial recognition system at the international arrival. The time taken to complete the boarding of 350 passengers took the aircraft about 20 minutes. The cost-effective and user-friendly programme will bring changes in the near future.

Section Editor: Priyanshu Gupta | 13 Sep 2018 13:39pm IST


Tags : #India#Science & Techonology#Airport#Face recognition

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