Manchester Airport claims world first with new eye
of the security process and passengers can refuse to take part in the pilot.
"We are always keen to develop innovative technology solutions to improve our passengers' experience of the airport", said Mike Fazackerley, Manchester Airport's product director.
The airport already uses e gates which scan the eyes of arriving passengers travelling with new 'chipped' passports but unlike these machines, the new devices can recognise the iris on the move.
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take part will have their iris scanned at check in and it will then be used to identify them as they enter the security search area when it is scanned again.
Developed by Human Recognition Systems, the trial will last for two weeks starting from today in Terminal One.
Although the system is in the early stages of development, officials hope it could stop criminals from swapping boarding cards between arriving at the airport and getting on a plane as the technology will scan the person, not the ticket.
potentially be installed on a corridor and the passenger would not even need to stop to undergo the check.
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It could also be used to allow international transfer passengers to mix with domestic travellers in the departure lounge because they would be securely identified before boarding their flight.
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"People are already familiar with the concept of iris recognition. This technology has the potential for a number of uses in a busy airport environment including security because it can recognise individuals when they are moving around.
Passengers will have their eyes scanned as soon as they check in as part of a world first trial at Manchester Airport.
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