Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has begun a facial recognition pilot project for boarding passengers. The program—a partnership of the airport, the Dutch government, Cathay Pacific Airways, KLM and Vision-Box, the company responsible for the Seamless Flow facial recognition system—aims to eventually make it unnecessary for passengers to display documents. Under the pilot project, Cathay Pacific passengers arriving at Schiphol for outbound flights are invited, after checking in, to ...

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