GUANGZHOU: A smart security check system was put into operation at the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in Guangdong province to speed up the security check process.
The system, supported by big data from the airport’s security check department, airline companies and the police department, is able to analyse the passenger’s past travel records, said Luo Junhua, vice general manager of the airport’s security check department.
Passengers with “good records” will go to the designated self-service checkpoints, according to Luo.
After showing an ID card and going through facial recognition, the passenger will only have to pass a millimeter wave scanner to complete the security check.
Baggage will be placed in a box with a chip that will note baggage information on the passenger’s travel record. — China Daily/ANN