Registered Traveler Solution Includes Biometrics

August 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug2007, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p58
Trade Publication
The article reports that Huntsville International Airport (HSV) has selected Fast Lane Option (FLO) Alliance to develop a FLO solution for the Transport Security Administration's program in Alaska. According to HSV executive director Rick Tucker, the FLO alliance offered a compelling combination of advanced technology and long term market vision. Furthermore, the Alliance's solution provides for the complete Registered Traveler credentialing process and its operational use of airports.


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