The KLM airline at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport will begin rolling out face scanning technology to speed up the boarding pass and security process at the airport. They will start with a three-month trial period to see how things go, which will require that the participants register ahead of time.
The airline shared that “The ultimate aim is to make the boarding process as quick and easy as possible for our passengers.”
Face-scanning technology is already in use at other airports around the world, and the Clear program is taking off at many airports as well. Clear works similarly to the face scanning options but focuses on the iris to confirm a person’s identity.