Production is under way of the IER i920 common-use self-service (CUSS) check-in and bag tag kiosk.
The i920 includes a 19-inch (48 cm) ergonomic tablet-style touchscreen. Its modular design enables integration of extra components, such as a facial recognition camera embedded at the top of the screen. Vasco Carriço, IER's self-service solutions product manager, told Jane’s that this feature would generate a single biometric token, allowing passengers to move seamlessly from check in to boarding.
An i920 kiosk would be the first touchpoint for a passenger embarking on a journey. It could be installed in an off-airport location, such as a railway station, car park, or hotel.
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