Artec Group’s Broadway 3-D facial-recognition system for airport employees has been installed at Russia’s Sochi International Airport (URSS) on the coast of the Black Sea. Its developer says the system uses facial geometry to limit airport access to authorized personnel and can identify a person who is walking, wearing a hat or sunglasses and can even differentiate between identical twins.
Facial recognition system
Before September 11, biometrics was just one of the hundreds of new high-tech buzzwords flooding into the English language, and one that was meaningless to most people in the aviation industry. But experts say that over the next 12 months, few of us will not have experienced, and benefited from, its effects.