New facial recognition system do be deployed at US airport
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Facial recognition technology is set to be deployed at an US airport as part of a 45-day pilot of biometric screening technologies to help U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirm identities of departing passengers, a recent news report has been able to suggest.
The scanners are being tested at three gates at Philadelphia International Airport, which became part of a pilot program to use facial recognition technology, also known as Biometric Exit Screening, to confirm the identity of international travelers. Biometric screening is designed to verify travelers’ identities by cross-checking facial scans with photos already on file with the federal government.
The 45-day pilot will take place at three international gates to help U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirm identities of departing passengers.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been mandated by federal law to use biometric exit screenings for foreign nationals (excluding Canadian citizens who don’t require a visa to enter the U.S. and diplomatic and government visa holders), according to an airport release.
“We are excited to welcome this new technology to the airport,” said airport CEO Chellie Cameron. “Working with our partners at CBP and our airlines will ensure our continued dedication to safety and security.”
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The technology yields a very good level of performance despite partial occlusions of the face, the use of glasses, scarves or caps, changes of facial expression, and moderate rotations of the face. Moreover, it does not allow users to be impersonated using photographs.
This biometric access control technology is the perfect solution to control the access to restricted security areas, especially since we’re talking about a completely automated system that requires very little interaction with the operator.
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