According to news Agency Silicon Republic, Zamna startup has collected $ 5 million to automate the security systems in airports using blockchain technology and biometric data.
According to Crunchbase, the main investors of the project were LocalGlobe company and Oxford Capital, as well as International Airlines Group is one of the largest groups of airlines.
A startup is going to provide the exchange of data about passengers between airports, governments and security firms across the blockchain. The developers say they will provide instant data validation passengers, a 90% reduction in time spent by travelers in the queue. The representative of the startup explained:
The security process of the airport will become automated in the future, passengers will be able to travel without any physical documents or re-inspection.
The system assumes high standards of privacy thanks to its own algorithm, be able to check biometric and biographic data, without transferring them to third parties.