Biometrics is one of the most powerful, but misunderstood technologies used at airports today. The ability to increase the speed of individual processes, as well as offer a touch-free experience throughout an entire journey is a revolution that is decades in the making.
The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 233: Airport Biometrics: A Primer is designed to help aviation stakeholders, especially airport operators, to understand the range of issues and choices available when considering, and deciding on, a scalable and effective set of solutions using biometrics. These solutions may serve as a platform to accommodate growth as well as addressing the near-term focus regarding safe operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introducing Biometrics||1-8|
|Chapter 2 - How Advanced Is the Employment of Biometrics at Present?||9-42|
|Chapter 3 - Legal, Policy, and Privacy Review||43-65|
|Chapter 4 - Planning and Process Considerations||66-90|
|Chapter 5 - System Design and Information Technology Architecture||91-116|
|Chapter 6 - Future Directions||117-118|
|Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Initialisms||129-130|
|Appendix A - Case Study: Amazon Go Cashierless Retail Experience||135-144|
|Appendix B - Case Study: Denver Daon Biometric Partnership||145-148|
|Appendix C - Case Study: CBP Trusted Traveler Programs at U.S. Airports||149-155|
|Appendix D - Case Study: Seattle Tacoma International Airport and Designated Aviation Channeling||156-161|
|Appendix E - Case Study: Curb-to-Gate Program by CBP and Delta Air Lines at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport||162-171|
|Appendix F - Case Study: Known Traveller Digital Identity at A roport International Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Montreal, Canada||172-180|
|Appendix G - Case Study: The Seamless Passenger Journey at London Heathrow||181-188|
|Appendix H - Case Study: Risk Management During COVID-19 Using Biometrics at Carrasco International Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay||189-195|
|Appendix I - Case Study: Digi Yatra and the Seamless Passenger Journey at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, India||196-204|
|Appendix J - Case Study: Happy Flow at Aruba s Queen Beatrix International Airport||205-213|
|Appendix K - Legal, Policy, and Privacy Review||214-231|
|Appendix L - Best Practices and Privacy by Design||232-234|
|Appendix M - IATA OneID and Seamless Flow||235-236|
|Appendix N - ICAO Digital Travel Credential||237-238|
|Appendix O - Accuracy of Facial Recognition||239-242|
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