Facial screening security gates deployed at Oslo Airport

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Security specialist Idemia has deployed its first MorphoFace biometric solution in Europe following the installation of several units at Oslo Airport in Norway.

The biometric technology has been fitted to the airport’s new automated border control (ABC) gates in departures, and captures facial features while passengers are still on the move.

Driven by Idemia’s MorphoWAY software solution, the project was executed in close cooperation with airport operator Avinor, the Norway Police and local technology partner Seca Solutions, part of Dormakaba Group.

In addition to controlling the departure process, MorphoWAY helps provide a remote monitoring solution for the Norwegian Police with alerts issued to support border processes.

Philippe Barreau, executive vice-president of Citizen Identity and Public Security activities at Idemia, said, “Many existing automated border control infrastructures in Europe are now almost 10 years old and need a new and fresh approach. Our solution allows Oslo Airport to reinvent its passenger experience.

“We thank Oslo Airport for choosing Idemia for this improvement and look forward to further developing and inspiring future innovations.”

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