Face Recognition Technology from Cognitec Supports Automated Border Control at Venice Airport
As the traveler enters the eGate, FaceVACS-Entry detects the person’s face, adjusts the position of the cameras according to the person’s height and then captures best-quality images that guarantee high verification accuracy. The software instantly verifies the live images against biometric photos stored in passports or other ID documents, and a confident comparison result opens the gate door.
Since the initial rollout in July 2015, more than 600,000 passengers have used the self-service eGates for immigration processes, with four gates serving arrivals, and four gates the departure area. Venice airport sees a growing number of travelers favoring the speed and usability of the automated procedure.
"We are receiving positive feedback from eGate users," says Corrado Fischer, COO at SAVE, the Venice Airport management company. "We started with two gates in 2015, and now a total of eight is placed in the arrival and departure areas, as we experienced their high reliability and impressive throughput—this is why we are planning to further increase the number of eGates and offer a better journey experience for all our passengers."
Airport IT provider N-Aitec provides state-of-the-art technologies and solutions to create a digital, connected, efficient airport. The eGate solution integrates top-class hardware products, connection with police databases, a secure console for police officers to monitor up to six gates at a glance, and advanced reporting tools. N-Aitec’s portfolio includes flight management, resource planning, baggage management, self-service kiosk and mobile solutions. Find out more at: www.n-aitec.com
Cognitec Systems GmbH
Cognitec develops market-leading face recognition technologies and applications for enterprise and government customers around the world. Various independent evaluation tests have proven the premier performance of our FaceVACS® software. Cognitec's portfolio includes products for facial database search, video screening and analytics, border control, ICAO compliant photo capturing and facial image quality assessment.
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