EXPO NEWS: ARH to exhibit latest travel document readers at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015

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ARH will use its fourth annual appearance at Passenger Terminal Expo to highlight its new line-up of travel document readers with customization options. This year’s Expo is taking place on March 10-12 in Paris, France.

Following partner feedback, the company says its latest devices and solutions provide easier system integration, wider acceptance by airport data protocols, and more customized hardware configurations or software support than is traditionally offered.

For the first time all of the company’s travel document readers are ARINC protocol compatible with their new interface, so that every equipped ID and passport reader will be preconfigured and ready to use at airports and terminals that employ the widely utilised ARINC system. ARH says this new partnership with the industry-leading provider offers simple and fast integration with most major air hubs around the globe.

The company will also be exhibiting its other major development, the new Kiosk Smart full-page passport reader, specifically designed with physical form factor optimization for e-gates and other CUSS projects. The device is said to be able to perform full spectrum authentication and data reading tasks, and has been manufactured with the intuitive customer experience in mind.

ARH also continues to offer various customizable OCR and authentication solutions, designs and manufactures OEM products, and extends flexible software update and customer support options to meet any individual need. Besides travel document reading and authentication products, the company’s vehicle traffic, parking and security ANPR/LPR solution will also be on display at the expo.

Visitors can talk to ARH about its latest travel document readers at stand number 1075. For more information on Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 and to register for the event, please click here.

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