Passenger Facilitation Solutions


Our experience and innovation keep operations flowing

Our industry is seeing an annual 5% growth and passenger figures are set to reach 3.8 Billion by 2020 the question we all face is how can we keep up with this growing need.

Rockwell Collins is perfectly positioned to help you manage this growth with solutions designed to be secure, seamless and efficient.

Working closely with IATA and driven by both the Passenger Facilitation Program and ONE ID task force, Rockwell Collins is focusing on the end-to-end passenger process we look to drive efficiencies whilst minimising changes to existing infrastructure.


Biometric Identity Management

Maintain security and improve passenger flow

The latest release of our ARINC MUSE common use passenger processing system (CUPPS) includes standardised plug-ins to allow any biometric recognition technology to be integrated into the process at check-in, bag drop, kiosks, security points and boarding gates, indeed at all touch-points.


Boarding Pass Verification

Conform to business and security rules for passenger access - ARINC VeriPaxTM

Facing more overcrowding and greater operational challenges than ever before, airports need solutions that move passengers as quickly and efficiently as possible while accommodating evolving security requirements and new International Air Transport Association (IATA) initiatives.


Automated Border Control

Reduce operating costs, maintain operational flow, avoid congestion - ARINC ABC

As border control grows more important than ever in aviation and airports, it becomes more challenging to maintain operational flow in airports and avoid congestion at checkpoints. That is why we, in support of current strategic e-borders initiatives, have built the Rockwell Collins ARINC Automated Border Control (AABC) system.


Automated Passport Control (APC)

Enhanced border security with seamless and efficient pre-clearance solution

Rigorous security requirements and increasing numbers of travelers are driving the need for automated solutions that can help ease airport congestion.Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Automated Passport Control (APC) kiosks provide an effective way to improve passenger flow at United States immigration and customs checkpoints.




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