E-gates, also known as electronic gates, are automated passport control systems that use biometric technology to authenticate the identity of passengers. These gates scan the passport and take a photo of the passenger’s face, which is then compared to the digital image stored in the passport’s microchip. If the information matches, the gate opens and the passenger is allowed to proceed. E-gates are often used to speed up the passport control process, particularly for passengers who are eligible for fast-track services or have biometric passports.
The suppliers on this page provide e-gate technology.
imageHOLDERS provide cost-effective, efficient and future-proof airport kiosks to increase customer experience and engagement with effortless integration.
USM offers airports modular furniture solutions that combine the diversified demand of the user with the vision of planners and architects
SITA and Indicio have implemented a privacy-preserving decentralised identity technology for Queen Beatrix International Airport passengers.