Abu Dhabi International Airport recently implemented a biometric boarding pass system, which allows passengers to use their face as a boarding pass. With this new service, passengers will no longer be required to present passports or tickets to board their flights.

The face recognition services will first be implemented at some self-service baggage touchpoints, immigration e-gates and boarding gates, before being used at all airport passenger touchpoints.

Abu Dhabi Airport's Newly Implemented Biometric System

The biometric system uses facial recognition technology to identify passengers and confirm their identity. To use the service, passengers simply need to register their passport and biometric data with the airport's system.

After entering this information, passengers can proceed through the airport's biometric gates and verify their identity using facial recognition.

The new service is expected to significantly improve the airport experience for passengers by streamlining the boarding process and reduce the need for passengers to carry multiple documents. Biometric systems will also improve airport security because biometric systems can accurately identify individuals and help prevent identity fraud.

Abu Dhabi-based technology company NEXT50 has created this advanced AI technology. At Abu Dhabi Airport in the UAE, the company will debut its cutting-edge AI solutions with global artificial intelligence and technology solutions partners IDEMIA and SITA.

The biometrics project is part of the emirate's digital transformation vision, according to NEXT50 CEO Ibrahim Al Mannai.


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