Vision Box to supply automated biometric control kiosks to Australian airports
Author: huifan Time: 2017-08-21
Vision-Box has won a major tender agreement from the Australian federal government worth around $22.7 million for the provision of automated biometric contactless traveler’ clearance process technology for Australia’s airports, according to a report by ARN.
The deal is part of the government’s broader $123.6 million investment in improving the Australia’s border control technology and systems.
Earlier this month, Vision-Box Australia posted on its recruitment website, SEEK, that the company’s local operation is looking to hire permanent technical support specialists in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra.
The jobs involve hardware and software operations, such as hands-on fixes, installing and upgrading software, implementing file backups, configuring systems, the roll out and installation of new systems, and the testing and configuration of new systems.