AC2000 Passenger Reconciliation
The Passenger Reconciliation module allows airport security personnel to verify that the passenger who presented the ticket at the check-in desk is the same passenger who is boarding the plane.
The process couldn't be simpler with operators able to perform security checks in two simple stages through the capture and display of passenger images. The first stage involves capturing the passengers' image at the check-in desk or common departure lounge entrance. This image is then stored on the system for verification by security personnel when the passengers present themselves at a control post such as a boarding gate.
The end result is an application that integrates effortlessly into the airport security team's routine. All captured images are stored on a central server for up to 24 hours and can be saved to disk or printed for referential purposes.
To the airport, this means passenger segregation within mixed arrival and departure lounges or central shopping areas can be accomplished at a fairly low key level. To the passenger, this offers assurance that the appropriate authorities have verified all occupants of the plane. Finally, the module offers immigration services assistance in preventing unlawful individuals travelling on another person's boarding card.
AC2000 Passenger Reconciliation can be used in any application where a visual identification is required against authorised permit holders. For example, driver verification for container lorries.