SITA and NEC to build up secure walk-through experience in airports

27 Jul 2020 10:39 AM
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SITA, a multinational it company providing It all and telecommunication solutions to the air transport industry, is dealing with NEC with the purpose of developing a secure walk-through travel experience at airports.

Leveraging NEC’s We:Delight identity management program as well as SITA Smart Path and SITA Flex the perfect solution is would permit passengers to employ their digital identity on the mobile phone every time they travel for each part of the journey.

Passengers would work with their biometric identification to check-in, make payments, drop their bag, and also pass through security, immigration and boarding simply by scanning their face at each step. Important touchpoints would automatically acknowledge you as a passenger, making techniques such as bag drop and boarding effortless.

Barbara Dalibard, CEO of SITA, said, “Found in NEC we've another strong spouse where together we're able to deliver to your airline and airport customers a far more seamless, automated quest through the airport terminal. We know that passengers benefit the benefit of a truly self-service experience. Leveraging SITA’s common-employ footprint in a lot more than 460 airports globally and NEC’s award-winning identification management technology, we will be well placed to greatly help our customers deliver a really unique and efficient experience in the airport, specifically during these challenging occasions where there is improved focus on medical and protection of passengers.”

Using cutting-edge identification systems and AI solutions, including face reputation, NEC’s I:Delight program allows passengers who've opted to utilize the service to be identified quickly and with a high-degree of accuracy, even though passengers happen to be on the move.

Raffie Beroukhim, Chief Knowledge Officer, NEC Corporation of America, and brain of NEC Global Aviation Middle of Excellence said: “We anticipate this partnership with SITA and the possibility to develop and implement the most advanced platforms at airports across the world, thereby adding to the digitization of the airline market and making travelling safer and more fun.”