Vision-Box to unveil common-use orchestration platform at PTE 2016

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Vision-Box, a provider of automated border control and identity solutions, will showcase its innovative common-use passenger management platform orchestra at Passenger Terminal Expo in Cologne, Germany, which takes place on March 15-17, 2016.

orchestra was developed by Vision-Box to provide airports, airlines and government bodies with a common-use real-time platform for the exchange of actionable intelligence including security and passenger information. It was first featured on Vision-Box’s fully automated end-to-end passenger processing system Happy Flow, installed at Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba last year.

Miguel Leitmann, CEO of Vision-Box, said, “orchestra is the only common-use management platform that brings stakeholders together, building powerful business intelligence and helping to cope with soaring passenger numbers while offering a unique passenger-centric experience. Airports have to go digital. What really needs to expand is not physical space or resources – it is intelligence. And for that you need powerful orchestration.

“The digital transformation of the airport goes well beyond small technology experiments – which fail on a long-term basis – in achieving goals for the stakeholders and the passenger. orchestra provides the holistic, over-arching airport view the industry has been looking for, managing self-service biometric-enabled touchpoints to achieve a superb, streamlined passenger process, and unlocking a world of security, efficiency and commercial benefits for those who want to offer superior service value for the passenger.”

Vision-Box’s orchestra will be presented at stand 7065 at Passenger Terminal Expo 2016, together with the company’s new passenger app, AppyFlow.

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