Automated Passport Control in North America

A Young Market Reaching its Saturation Point?
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Published: 15 Dec 2015

A new innovation for pre-screening travelers at airports has been in use in North America since 2013. Automated passport control kiosks were introduced into the airports by the US Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection Agency. Since its inaugural debut at Chicago's O'Hare Airport, both airlines and other airports in the region have rushed to procure these kiosks designed to cut lines and waiting times at federal inspection stations. But, how much more growth will this new market offer with the development of mobile applications that can perform similar functions and continued funding for more Global Entry kiosks?

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