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La tecnología de IDEMIA convierte a la Terminal 4 del aeropuerto Changi de Singapur en la primera con flujo libre de pasajeros del mundo

IDEMIA, líder mundial en identidades confiables para un mundo cada vez más digitalizado, proporciona un sistema biométrico completo para el control de pasajeros en la Terminal 4 del aeropuerto Changi de Singapur. Este sector fue inaugurado el 31 de octubre de 2017.

IDEMIA (conocido anteriormente como OT-Morpho) se esfuerza para que las personas puedan comunicarse, conectarse, votar, moverse y viajar con seguridad, al tiempo que ofrece a los usuarios finales una comodidad sin precedentes.

En septiembre de 2015, el aeropuerto Changi,clasificado como el mejor aeropuerto del mundo por quinto año consecutivo1, seleccionó a IDEMIA para proporcionar servicios de autenticación e identificación biométrica de los pasajeros que atraviesan la terminal más innovadora del aeropuerto.

El medio elegido, basado en la solución aeroportuaria MorphoPass de IDEMIA, ofrece un control automatizado de identidad de los pasajeros mediante reconocimiento facial en los puntos de control de salida. El sistema incluye una plataforma centralizada, que utilizan las líneas aéreas y el aeropuerto para gestionar los distintos pasos necesarios para la identificación y autenticación de los pasajeros.

MorphoFace (un revolucionario dispositivo de reconocimiento facial) y MorphoWay (un portal totalmente automatizado, tanto para el control de fronteras como para el embarque inteligente) forman parte de esta solución integral y se han implementado plenamente en la Terminal 4 del aeropuerto Changi como parte del programa «Fast and Seamless Travel» (FAST). T4 pueden manejar hasta 16 millones de pasajeros al año.

«En IDEMIA, nos entusiasma poder ayudar a los pasajeros a disfrutar de una experiencia segura e innovadora en la Terminal 4, para que esta sea lo más agradable posible para los viajeros. Nos enorgullece contribuir en Changi en la creación del aeropuerto del futuro, combinando lo mejor de la precisión biométrica, la eficiencia de diseño y la ejecución del programa», declaró Philippe Larcher, vicepresidente ejecutivo de Seguridad pública de IDEMIA.

En el contexto de un cimiento mundial del número de pasajero en los aeropuertos (2016: un 6,3 % más hasta los 3.700 millones y 700 nuevas rutas2), la necesidad de identificación de los pasajeros junto con las exigentes normas de seguridad se convierte cada vez más en un elemento crítico.

Además de esforzarse por proteger a los pasajeros para que puedan viajar con total seguridad, con soluciones innovadoras y prácticas, IDEMIA también garantiza no se sacrifique ninguna norma de seguridad por razones de conveniencia. Con MorphoPass, MorphoFace y MorphoWay, IDEMIA ahora contribuye de manera muy importante a la seguridad y fluidez de los viajes de los pasajeros.

Acerca IDEMIA

OT-Morpho ahora es IDEMIA, líder global en identidades confiables para un mundo cada vez más digitalizado, con la ambición de empoderar a los ciudadanos y los consumidores por igual, para interactuar, pagar, conectarse, viajar y votar en las maneras que ahora son posibles en un entorno conectado.

Asegurar nuestra identidad se ha convertido en una misión crítica en el mundo en el que vivimos hoy. Al respaldar la Identidad Aumentada, reinventamos la manera en la que pensamos, producimos, usamos y protegemos este activo, ya sea para individuos u objetos. Aseguramos la privacidad y confianza, al igual que garantizamos las transacciones seguras, autenticadas y verificables para los clientes internacionales de los sectores financieros, de las telecomunicaciones, identidad, seguridad e IoT.

Con ingresos de casi 3 mil millones de Euros, IDEMIA es el resultado de la unión de OT (Oberthur Technologies) y Safran Identity & Security (Morpho). Esta nueva compañía cuenta con 14.000 empleados de más de 80 nacionalidades y atiende clientes en 180 países.

Para obtener más información, visite www.idemia.com / Siga a @IdemiaGroup en Twitter

1 «World Airport Awards» de Skytrax, marzo de 2017, Air Journal.

2 Fuente IATA, febrero de 2017.

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