Malaysia Airport pilots single token journey idea at KLIA
Malaysia Airports Holdings (MAHB) is piloting its single token journey idea on the Kuala Lumpur Worldwide Airport (KLIA). The idea leverages on facial recognition know-how to offer passengers with a single identification verification which is used in any respect airport touchpoints from check-in to the boarding gate.
MAHB mentioned passengers travelling to Japan have been the primary to expertise the idea, which is being piloted for 3 months in collaboration with Malaysia Airways and aviation data know-how firm Sita.
Throughout this era, passengers on two every day Malaysia Airways flights to Narita Worldwide Airport, Tokyo and Kansai Worldwide Airport, Osaka will be capable of benefit from the comfort. The pilot varieties a part of the Airports 4.0 initiative, which goals to remodel KLIA into a sensible airport by way of the usage of huge knowledge analytics.
“Our fundamental focus in transferring ahead is to strengthen Malaysia’s place as an aviation hub. We’ll be certain that companies at our airports are at par with different mega hubs world wide. Harnessing know-how for this function is a technique we are able to simplify airport processes for our friends. This initiative is very well timed in view of Go to Malaysia 2020,” mentioned Datuk Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh, performing group chief government officer of MAHB.