Sessions » Fishbowl: Exploring next generation travel initiatives

Fishbowl: Exploring next generation travel INITIATIVES

 

BLUE ROOM - Ballroom C
Day 2 - May 1

The passenger travel experience is constantly evolving, as new technologies enable the panacea of seamless passenger flow with value-added services, while maintaining high levels of security.

The traditional identity token of the passenger – namely the passport – has undergone significant change in the last decade, with the addition of biometric and contactless chip-based technology. And ePassports continue to evolve – with authorities considering cloud based solutions, or implementing derived credentials on personal mobile devices.
Groups, such as the World Economic Forum, are going even further, by exploring how law enforcement, immigration and aviation security officials could request and receive identity information from travelers far sooner in their journey – all the while allowing the passenger to be in control of their own personal data.

This in-depth Fishbowl session considers how the passenger experience is likely to change in the next 10 years, and looks the sort of radical new digital solutions that could evolve.

14.00

Moderated by
Neville Pattinson, Senior Vice President of Federal Government Sales at Gemalto, USA

 

Panelists:

R. Michael Holly, Chairman, ICAO New Technologies Working Group, Director, International Affairs Staff, Passport Services, Department of State, USA

Lauren Uppink Calderwood, Lead, Safe and Secure Mobility, Mobility System Initiative, Global Leadership Fellow, World Economic Forum, USA
 
Darrell Geusz, Senior Product Manager, Security,
MicroStrategy, USA


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