The quick and efficient movement of passengers is a significant issue faced by all airports, with unnecessary queues impacting the overall customer experience as well as shortening time spent in retail and dwell areas.
In late 2010 Human Recognition Systems (HRS) began work with Gatwick Airport on a series of new initiatives to introduce innovative technologies into the airport as part of the £45m South Terminal refurbishment
Perimeter security is a difficult subject for civilian airports. Few passengers would be comfortable with a prison camp approach to perimeter security with dual 16 foot high fences and sterile zones between.
Having been selected to help revolutionize the passenger experience and enhance security within the new £45m South Terminal Passenger Search Area at Gatwick Airport, Human Recognition Systems (HRS) were contracted to deploy their MFlow Journey platform
Human Recognition Systems (HRS) was approached by Newcastle International Airport following HRS’ successful deployment of the MFlow Exit Lanes solution at Manchester Airport.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) approached Human Recognition Systems (HRS) to support their £12.4 million investment programme to migrate the entire passenger screening operation to a new purpose built facility.
As a trusted supplier to Manchester Airport, Human Recognition Systems (HRS) were requested to support the automation of the Passenger Exit Lanes at Manchester Airport Terminals 1 and 3 and to help securely manage the high throughput of passengers.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) contracted Human Recognition Systems (HRS) to develop a biometric access control platform and integrate it into PIA's workforce management system to help improve the management of their 24,000 employees
Working closely with Manchester Airport and the Security Regulator (the Department for Transport), HRS implemented a Biometric Access Control system for Manchester Airport's 10,000 plus Airside workers.