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Six tech trends paving the way for transformation in aviation
By David Lavorel - SITA | December 16, 2020
Advances in technologies such as biometrics and blockchain are accelerating change in the aviation industry. Read More
Opinion | Technology
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WTTC proposes best practices for biometric digital identities to speed recovery
By Mitra Sorrells | December 11, 2020
The report provides detailed steps to create and implement biometric-enabled digital identities that could be used to secure and expedite travel around the world. Read More
News | Technology
Forter secures $125M funding for digital fraud prevention tech
Forter secures $125M funding for digital fraud prevention tech
By Kevin May | December 7, 2020
The round brings the total invested in U.S.-based Forter to $225 million over five rounds, with its most recent being a $50 million Series D via March Capital. Read More
News | Technology
VIDEO: Trueface - Summit pitch winner at Phocuswright Conference 2020
VIDEO: Trueface - Summit pitch winner at Phocuswright Conference 2020
By PhocusWire | November 17, 2020
Trueface deploys ethical facial recognition and shows how the responsible use of computer vision is shaping the industry. Read More
Interview | Technology
VIDEO: Cloudbeds - Launch pitch winner at Phocuswright Conference 2020
VIDEO: Cloudbeds - Launch pitch winner at Phocuswright Conference 2020
By PhocusWire | November 17, 2020
Cloudbeds is building the next-generation hospitality tech platform delivering feature flexibility without feature bloat.  Read More
Interview | Technology
Hot 25 Startups 2021: Trueface
Hot 25 Startups 2021: Trueface
By PhocusWire | November 9, 2020
Trueface provides on-premise computer vision solutions that automatically make sense of camera data and turn it into actionable information, for things such as facial recognition, age verification and... Read More
Interview | Startups
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Phocuswright Europe 2020 preview: Out of Office with... Sergio Colella
By PhocusWire | September 7, 2020
In a series of interviews with executives participating in the online event in September, PhocusWire finds out what they have learned from the COVID-19 crisis. Next up: SITA's Sergio Colella. Read More
Interview | Technology
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Countries consider wearables as a way to bring back tourists
By Jamie Biesiada - Travel Weekly | August 26, 2020
Destinations including Hawaii and the Cayman Islands are exploring the potential for wearable devices to track arrivals and health. Read More
News | Technology
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STARTUP STAGE: Travizory creates a contactless experience through mobile and biometrics
By Linda Fox | August 25, 2020
Travizory is a platform that uses biometric and mobile technologies to remove much of the friction of travel by enabling travelers to supply their identity details, and governments to vet them,... Read More
Interview | Startups
Travizory lands $2M investment for its traveler identity tech platform
Travizory lands $2M investment for its traveler identity tech platform
By Kevin May | August 17, 2020
The platform allows countries to obtain passenger details, biographic, biometric, itineraries and health information, so that airports and border officials can validate entry requirements. Read More
News | Technology
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Touchless tech: Airports and airlines take steady steps to restore confidence in flying
By Linda Fox | August 4, 2020
Continuing our series on the new normal in the travel experience, PhocusWire looks at touchless tech initiatives in aviation. Read More
News | Technology
Sounding Off: Collaboration has to be more than a political buzzword
Sounding Off: Collaboration has to be more than a political buzzword
By PhocusWire | July 10, 2020
"Playing politics" with the recovery is not something that is likely to ensure that it runs smoothly, let alone collaboratively. Read More
Interview | Technology
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Innovation, automation and collaboration - three ways to get aviation moving safely again
By Linda Fox | May 26, 2020
Airlines are desperate to build confidence among passengers and put them in the planes that are slowly returning to the skies. But it'll take more than that to get aviation moving again. Read More
News | Technology
How airports are considering ways to reduce human contact
How airports are considering ways to reduce human contact
By Dawit Habtemariam - BTN | May 13, 2020
Airports are considering how to prepare for a post-COVID-19 air travel environment in order to protect and reassure a public wary of flying. Read More
News | Technology
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How aviation should plan for a different sector to emerge post-coronavirus
By Linda Fox | April 30, 2020
No one can safely predict how long it will take for the industry to bounce back, but aviation experts are hoping for a return to 80% of pre-COVID-19 levels in two to three years.  Read More
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