Biometrics for air travel: new solutions deployed in India, South Korea, Brazil

It is an eventful week for the adoption of biometrics for air travel, with a number of governments and private firms deploying new solutions. More specifically, the Pune administration in India confirmed the start of a facial recognition pilot based on the Digi Yatra initiative, Korean Air has launched biometric self-boarding at Seoul Gimpo Airport, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) renewed its partnership with the Government of Brazil (GOB). Also, a new report from Future Market Insights highlights new trends regarding the adoption of biometric tools as security measures for airports.

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