EXPO NEWS: Vision-Box solution to replicate single-token airport ecosystem at Passenger Terminal Expo

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Imagine an open-space airport without obstacles, waiting lines and stop-and-go procedures, fashioned more like a mall or art gallery.

At Passenger Terminal Expo 2018, Vision-Box is presenting a newly designed airport ecosystem, Seamless Airport 4.0, marked by the digitization of the passenger experience and a frictionless journey, where processes are seamless, contactless and in motion. Passengers take full control of their journey, using their biometric features to clear checkpoints, book services, shop and receive personalized information.

Vision-Box’s new line of seamless interaction points are ready and are self-service and mobile; have a minimal environmental footprint; are One-Identity ready and IoT-enabled; and use biometrics and mobile ID for speedy on-the-move transactions.

To better cope with human diversity challenges, an innovative personalized engagement features avatar assistants built on artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technologies.

Orchestra, coined as the passenger-centric 4.0 common-use services platform, interconnects all IoT-enabled devices and integrates multiple data sources including bookings, advanced passenger information/passenger name records, passenger profiles, check-in, baggage and more into a fully connected multi-stakeholder collaborative ecosystem.

It delivers value in real-time operations control and business intelligence, sustained by privacy-by-design compliance enabled by Vision-Box’s blockchain architecture named Trustchain.

Visit Vision-Box at stand 1652 to learn more about Seamless Airport 4.0 and the potential of enhanced security, operational efficiency, accelerated commercial revenues and value-based relationships toward an outstanding end-to-end seamless passenger journey.

To book your place at Passenger Terminal Expo and Conference, which takes place in Stockholm, Sweden (March 20-22), click here now.

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