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Fort Wayne International Airport Increases Restricted Area Security


June 15, 2004 By

FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) has selected Bioscrypt's V-Smart readers to verify individual access to sensitive areas of the airport. FWA is owned and operated by the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority and is served by seven major carriers.

"Adding verification, using Bioscrypt's fingerprint technology, to the security in place at FWA adds a level of protection only biometrics can provide," said Tory Richardson, executive director for Fort Wayne International Airport. "With this technology in place, because individuals must match their live fingerprint with a previously recorded scan, we are confident that only people with proper certification are entering restricted areas."


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