London Gatwick selects MTrust to transform its ID Centre
Human Recognition Systems’ (HRS) MTrust will reduce pass rejections and waiting times, streamlining the ID Centre's operations to increase security and improve service.
Human Recognition Systems’ (HRS) MTrust will reduce pass rejections and waiting times, streamlining the ID Centre’s operations to increase security and improve service.
London Gatwick Airports has selected MTrust, a revolutionary Airport ID Pass Application vetting and issuance solution, hosted in the Cloud. MTrust provides streamlined ID Pass management with absolute certainty of identity. Developed in close partnership with the UK’s second largest airport, MTrust is now live with 2,500 Authorised signatories, providing them with the tools they need to submit and track pass applications.
Neil Norman, CEO at HRS, said, “We decided it was time to re-evaluate and re-think (and not just automate) the existing 25 year old Airport ID pass process and improve it for all stakeholders. We believe airports, on-airport companies and other stakeholders need a new, community and industry wide, solution that can create improved security, customer service and efficiency. And that is exactly what we have created with MTrust”
As Michael Ibbitson, CIO at Gatwick explained, “As we look towards 45m passengers and a 2nd runway it’s important to be ready for growth and a significant increase in the number of people that will require an airport pass. By 2021/22 we want to be in a position to handle 40m passengers a year, whilst creating an additional 1,200 on-airport jobs. So when Human Recognition Systems approached us about MTrust, the benefits of the system to not just ourselves, but to our partners and on-airport customers were obvious.”
“MTrust will enable us to issue passes faster, whilst taking the frustrations away from our on-airport customers and at the same time improving security and reducing insider threat.”
Michael Ibbitson continued, “By allowing us to deliver a better service, MTrust has reaffirmed our commitment to our key aims of building strong and constructive relationships with our stakeholders, increasing value and efficiency and developing the best people, processes and technology.”
Human Recognition Systems (HRS), is one of the earliest pioneers of applying biometric technology to the challenges of identity. Over the course of our evolution, our technology has helped to deliver some of the most challenging “identity” problems, from ensuring the right patients receive the right medicines to helping rebel soldiers re-integrate with society.
Today, we develop a series of industrial software and hardware systems, enabled through biometric technology, that help Construction companies, Airports, Oil & Gas facilities and other “Critical Safe Secure” environments operate effectively. In other words, we help build buildings, send people on holiday and put fuel in your car, all the while keeping everyone safe and secure.