Leisure & Travel

Hotels, airlines and travel agencies are seeking new ways to transform customer experience and travel convenience.


Airport self-service check-in

Ensuring smooth travel and passenger flow. Enhancing guest experience during their stay. Offering a safe environment for people spending their free time. These are, amongst others, are key motivators of the leisure and travel industry players – showing below how we support these goals.

Typical problems in the leisure and travel industry:

  • Increased passenger frequency
  • Queues and waiting times
  • Outdated customer experience
  • Visa administration takes too long
  • Hard to register foreign characters at the reception
  • Regulatory compliance is against customer experience
  • Security risk during vacation

How we contribute:


Self-service ID verification

Airlines create self-service solutions for check-in, luggage management and more, utilizing automated ID verification to cope with passenger load.


Automated data capture

With ID scanners, customer data input reduces to seconds and queues at the hotel reception are easily eliminated this way.


Modern CCTV surveillance

Cameras are now smart endpoints with onboard detectors that automatically send alerts to the central management systems – both available from us.


Quick visa management

Reading passport data for creating a new visa is done within 2 seconds thanks to passport readers. These devices help in quality assurance, too.


Automated Border Control

ABC e-gates are made to cope with increased passenger load, using technologies like built-in ID document verification.


Foreign names handled easy

Hotels simply gather customer data, even if it includes such characters that are not even on the keyboard. They just use an ID capture software.

This airport in Hungary can cope well with increased passenger load

Learn how

During our travels and free time we should feel convenient and safe. Let's discuss what we can do for it.

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