More than 375 million air travelers have gone through Transportation Security Administration checkpoints so far this year. The agency is exploring a new way of handling such a crowd: helpful, multilingual avatars.
TSA, part of the Department of Homeland Security, has issued a request for information for a “hologram imaging, computer-generated imagery and video projection” system. The system would be used “to assist passengers in navigating through security checkpoints as efficiently as possible,” according to the RFI, which was posted on FedBizOpps.gov earlier this month.
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