South Korea launches Self-Scanning Boarding Stations

An airport in South Korea just recently launched self-boarding stations.

In this station, passengers would only have to scan their palm and not show a boarding pass. The scan would check the passenger’s identity and boarding pass without having to check on the phone or ask for an ID.

The scanning procedure picks up the passenger’s identity through palm vein information, and they claim to be unique to each human. Because of that, it can easily identify people at an instant.

All passengers over 7 years old would be able to go through this procedure.

In the aviation industry there are developments and advancements in Artificial Intelligence and technology. This new invention is a breakthrough in the aviation industry, as it could become more common in many airports across the world. Airports in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and New York have all expressed interest in this service.

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