Passengers will scan their passports, and then facial recognition will scan their faces to verify their identity.
Delta said facial recognition technology is a "natural next step" after self-service innovations like ticketing kiosks and check-in via the Fly Delta Mobile app as it seeks to streamline airport processes.
With the machines, which cost the airline $600,000, facial scans will be performed on travelers checking bags at the self-serve kiosks.
The Delta bag machines are one of a handful of facial recognition systems being employed throughout the transportation industry. In March, British Airways said it is introducing self-boarding gates with facial recognition for domestic flights in the UK.
Delta hopes your face will be the key to a faster check-in process. And as more people become more comfortable (or at least tolerant) with the idea that privacy doesn't carry much weight at USA airports, the use of these types of scanning processes is likely to grow more frequent.
"We expect this investment and new process to save customers time", said Gareth Joyce, Delta's senior VP for airport customer service and cargo, in a statement. Delta says it will comply with all privacy laws.
Earlier this month, senior USA government officials said that biometric technology will have a vital role to play as the U.S. beefs up security at its borders - at the connect:ID conference in Washington.
Delta said it believes the new technology will help save customers time and will free up employees to provide a "more proactive and thoughtful customer service".
The Atlanta-based airline said it will collect customer feedback during the trial and run process analyses to ensure that this lobby enhancement improves the overall customer experience.
Last summer, the Supreme Court denied a request to allow provisions of the law to go back into effect for the 2016 election. The dispute is similar to the court fight over Texas' voter ID law, also struck down as racially discriminatory.
Listening to Attorney General Sessions and to President Trump, you would think that America is living through a crisis of crime. But we realize the reality, empirical fact - neighbors, friends, crime - that this was not a legitimate thing.
The FTSE 100 .FTSE was up 0.3 percent at 7,454.37 points at its close, having hit a fresh high of 7,460.20 points at the open. Shares of mining stocks rose alongside metals' gains, and the Stoxx Europe 600 Basic Resources Index bulked up 1.1%.
Unlike the SCOTUS list , however, this group features not only sitting judges, but also law professors and practicing attorneys. Trump was expected to announce Stras' nomination for the Eighth Circuit Monday, along with several other judicial appointments.
Reports say production had been halted at Renault's Sandouville plant in northern France and its Novo Mesto facility in Slovenia. In the United Kingdom , the ransomware made headlines on Friday when it disrupted Britain's National Health Service.
Revenue was $149.6 million, nearly four times as much as a year ago but falling short of Wall Street estimates of $158.6 million. It's not unusual for tech startups to post many years of losses as they build market share and recoup their initial investments.
Of course, if there's something more interesting that a good toy fad, it's a good toy fad that's also kind of controversial. There are claims that it may help kids with ADHD to stay focused or to concentrate better.
He admitted he would be a West Ham United fan on Sunday as Liverpool bid to keep ahead of Arsenal in the race for the top four. I am in sport, I love sport, I give 24 hours a day for what I love and all the rest ...
Renault's futuristic assembly line in Slovenia, where rows of robots weld auto bodies together, was stopped cold. A new ransomware named "Wannacry" is spreading globally that encrypts files on the infected Windows PCs.
At one point, Sessions said that "good people" don't do drugs like marijuana and said the reforms would "endanger" Americans. This policy will probably lead to more convictions and a higher prison population.
Warriors want to 'destroy everything' and limit Jazz rallies
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USA airplane laptop ban could be extended to Europe
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Samsung working on a mysterious high-end flip phone
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Sega Plans to Revive Major IPs and Obtain New Ones
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Donald Trump Picks Callista Gingrich for Ambassador to Vatican
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ICC Champions Trophy: SWOT Analysis of India's squad
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Why Trump chose Saudi Arabia for first foreign trip
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Klopp: Liverpool can handle the pressure
With Man City, them and Arsenal, one of them won't make the top four. I'm glad to be starting and providing chances for the boys". It can't be any bigger", he said.