A pilot of a “a 100% self-service passenger experience” that uses facial recognition technology at check-in, bag drop, border control and aircraft boarding was launched in Aruba's Queen Beatrix International Airport on Thursday.The “Happy Flow” project is the result of collaboration between Aruba, the Netherlands, Aruba Airport Authority, Schiphol Group and KLM, while Vision-Box was awarded the tender to implement the project.Miguel Leitmann, Senior Vice-President of Vision-Box, said, “Having initially accepted the challenge in 2013, Vision-Box is truly proud of the inauguration of the first 100% self-service passenger flow based on passenger-centric biometric technology.””This amazing pilot, result of an exceptional collaborative effort, represents the onset of a new era in the Aviation Industry, reshaping the future of identification processes and passenger experience not only in airports, but at borders around the world”.Happy Flow has been designed to evaluate the first pre-clearance border control process for travelling from Aruba to the EU-Schengen space, and to streamline passenger processing by substantially improving the travel experience, in a visionary way.