On Friday, a Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) spokeswoman stated Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) spokeswoman stated on Friday that the Multan International Airport (MIAP) is now the fourth airport in the nation to have a functional facial recognition system.
The system is already operational at the airports in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore the airports in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore, the system is already operational.
The official added that the device would check for illicit international movement and greatly help border agencies at Multan International Airport.
He said that at MIAP, representatives of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the Civil Aviation Authority received training in this area from the Japan International Cooperation System (JICS) officials.
The official continued, “The cooperation between the Japanese and Pakistani governments is a constant process for improving the security system at our airports.
The Facial Recognition System locates and measures facial features from a given image and is often used to verify users through ID verification services.
This type of biometric security falls under it. Voice, fingerprint, and eye retina or iris recognition are examples of more biometric software.