Conforming to business and security rules for passenger access - ARINC
Airports are facing the sudden challenge of balancing immediate social
distancing requirements with longer-term traffic growth and crowding issues,
making the ability to manage the flow of passengers more important than ever.
Today’s airports need solutions that move passengers as quickly and efficiently
as possible while accommodating evolving security requirements. Collins
Aerospace's ARINC Passenger Reconciliation System (PRS)—VeriPax™—optimizes
passenger flow at security checkpoints by providing real-time verification of
each passenger’s travel credentials.
ARINC VeriPax reads boarding passes using either 2D barcode scanners,
automated gates, or even through biometric identity checks. Passengers are
automatically screened against airline host systems and airport databases in
real time, determining clearance and providing alerts to agents when necessary.
Not only does VeriPax speed up, strengthen and simplify the security process,
it delivers a dynamic solution that can improve operational efficiency across
the board. Passenger monitoring tools can track movement, prevent queues from
forming, and predict arrival patterns. Decision-making at the gate can also be
improved as airlines have a better understanding of passenger progress through
When deployed with automated gates - and even biometrics - VeriPax also
delivers the self-service, contactless journey that passengers are seeking
today. Verification can occur without even needing to present a boarding pass.
- Speeds up security checkpoint processing
- Verify passenger information in seconds using barcode scan or biometrics
- Agent-assisted or self-service deployments
- Supports transition to common-use self-service and off-airport
- Customizable for “Watchlist” validation, Departure Control System (DCS)
reconciliation and future digital signature encryption
- Track passenger arrival, movement, and queues
- Passenger Management tools and dashboards