AOptix Partnered With SITA to Provide Biometric Identity Solutions for Air Transport Security
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AOptix Technologies, a leading developer of advanced biometrics-based identity solutions, announced that SITA, the world's leading specialist in air transport communications and information technology, has become an AOptix Value Added Reseller (VAR) partner. SITA has more than 2,700 customers in over 200 countries and territories across 300 airport locations worldwide. Almost every airline and airport in the world does business with SITA.
Leveraging the AOptix iris recognition and face biometric technology, SITA will be working with airport, airline and government customers to deploy automated solutions that deliver, fast, accurate and effortless identity screening to expedite passenger flows at airports and borders.
“We have been impressed with the AOptix commitment to improve the overall passenger experience with non-invasive, easy-to-use products that minimize the time and effort to confirm a traveler's identity. This reduces queue times and disruption at the airport,” says Sean Farrell, SITA Director, Biometric Services.
“As an IATA Strategic Partner for Passenger Experience and Security and Facilitation, we're pleased to be working with SITA on streamlining and automating the end-to-end travel experience, from check-in to pre-board screening, boarding and immigration processing,” says Joseph Pritikin, Director of Product Marketing at AOptix. “SITA has an impressive technical capability and worldwide footprint that brings the potential to provide our InSight system to thousands of airport, airline and government customers in more than 200 countries and territories.”
The AOptix iris and face biometric solutions provide unmatched accuracy, speed, and intuitive capability. With millions of transactions at borders and security checkpoints, and tens of thousands of new transactions each day, the system is proven to deliver in challenging real world environments. Working at a comfortable distance of 1.5 – 2.5 meters, users of all heights simply stand in a large capture zone, look at the system and open their eyes. In seconds the systems take ISO-ICAO quality iris and face images to ensure the most reliable matching accuracy.