Sessions » Getting to the gate on time

Getting to the gate on time

 

BLUE ROOM - Ballroom C
Day 2 - May 1

The 2017 Global Passenger Survey (GPS) conducted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) confirms that travellers are ready to embrace biometrics in air travel. In this massive survey (IATA received over 10,000 responses from around the globe), 82% of travellers expressed a desire to use a digital passport on their smartphones for activities ranging from booking flights to passing through the airport. Among those respondents, ‘Biometric identification systems were the technology of choice with 64% favoring biometric identifiers as their preferred travel token.’ This session will examine key biometric pilot projects to ascertain how they are working and public reaction to the projects.

 

9:00
Introduction
Amy Krause, Senior Program Manager SESI & TEDS, Leidos, USA

 


Mark Clifton, President & CEO Princeton Identity, USA
Sherry Stein, Sr. Manager of Projects & Innovation, SITA, USA
Liliana Petrova, Director Customer Experience, JetBlue Airways, USA
Jordie Knoppers, Manager Product Innovation, KLM, The Netherlands
Jean-François Lennon, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Vision-Box, Portugal
Benji Hutchinson, Senior Director, Washington D.C. Operations, NEC Corporation of America, USA

 

 


10:05
Questions and Answers

 


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