French security company IDEMIA hopes Asian airports can quickly embrace new facial recognition and identity technologies as passenger traffic in the region multiplies. In April, the company launched its biometric immigration e-gate system at Singapore’s Seletar Airport for scheduled commercial flights. Seletar, a former military airbase, in November 2018 began operating commercial turboprop flights to and from Malaysia; the airport also serves general aviation, charter and business ...

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