Interactive kiosks have already been revolutionising the airport sector with self-service check-in kiosks and baggage drops, passport scanners and digital signage. However, now, kiosks are more important than ever to help keep airports safe and efficient.
Global travel will return, but the way we travel will be considerably different to what we are used to. Technology allows us to adapt to a ‘new normal’, with frictionless and health conscious devices at every step of the way.
Currently, interactive kiosks are at the forefront of the changes at airports and docks, border control, arrivals and departures and during flights. Going forward, we predict a surge in biometric enrolment, prior to the day of travel. This technological development is already well under way and applied in various scenarios.
A completely integrative and inclusive biometric solution could be transformative for frictionless flights and higher-security at borders, therefore reducing the risk of spreading viruses, whilst also improving efficiency and security.