It is expected to be 100% available by the month of October.
The Orlando International Airport (MCO), in the State of Florida, United States, is the first in that country to implement the biometric boarding system.
The Biometric Entry and Exit Program of the Customs and Border Protection Office (CBP) will be launched by the SITA company, which was selected by the Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA).
In this way, the system called Smarth Path will be placed in 30 international boarding gates and is expected to be 100% operational by the month of October.
“They just look at the camera and in seconds the door opens and they can board the flight. It’s easy, fast and most importantly, safe. The solution works on the commonly used boarding gates and can be easily used by the many international airlines that work at the Orlando International Airport, “added John Newsome, GOAA’s head of information.