On the heels of the news that Uganda makes plans for DNA upgrades for biometric ID cards, Miami International Airport has rolled out the largest biometric technology in the US. That’s right, in the state that houses former President Donald Trump and the next controlled opposition puppet for the White House, Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida sets a milestone for the New World Order in the united States.
International Airport Review reports:
Passengers departing from Miami International Airport will soon be able to board their international flights with just the quick, touchless click of a camera, thanks to a recently approved contract that will implement biometric boarding at all of Miami International Airport’s (MIA) 130+ gates.
Installation is expected to be fully completed in 2023. When finished, the project will be the largest implementation of biometric technology at any U.S. airport.
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“The launch of biometric boarding at MIA is the latest way that Miami-Dade County is leveraging technology to improve customer service and simplify operations. I am proud to see our airport lead the nation with this cutting-edge innovation that will streamline the boarding process for our passengers,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava
The programme will leverage NEC’s biometric identity platform, and passengers will simply step up to a camera at the boarding gate and their picture is used to confirm their identities and their authorisation to travel within seconds. MIA and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) first tested biometric boarding in 2019 during a pilot programme with select airlines, with a significant improvement in boarding times.
“We look forward to elevating our passenger experience with this state-of-the-art boarding solution. MIA is now the busiest U.S. airport for international travel and continues to set new records each month for passenger growth. Biometric boarding is one of the major steps we are taking to pave the way for additional growth in the years to come,” said Ralph Cutié, MIA Director and CEO
MIA’s launch of biometric boarding follows its airport-wide expansion in 2020 of Simplified Arrival, CBP’s enhanced process for international arrivals that uses facial biometrics to automate the manual document checks required for admission into the U.S.
So, let’s get this straight. They let you breathe for a few weeks without a mask, but they come right behind it with this! And you can bet your bottom dollar that in a few months, as it starts to coll off, they will seek to impose the masks and quite possibly, the deadly COVID shots as well.
They are playing you, America. Why are you still playing games with these criminal fascists?
Boycott any and every airport and airline, business and government entity that pushes this Orwellian data tracking before it is too late!
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