Idemia, formed from Oberthur Technologies and Safran Identity and Security (Morpho), said Oslo Airport has begun using its MorphoFace facial recognition service for its new automated border control gates. The tailored project was executed in close cooperation with airport and air navigation agency Avinor, the Norwegian Police, and local partner Seca Solutions, part of Dormakaba Group.Idemia said MorphoFace “captures” the face on the move, using no moving parts or extra lighting.Following the launch of the product at Changi Terminal 4 and integration into the Customs Gates in New Zealand, this is MorphoFace's first deployment in Europe. The system was launched before the summer peak. Thanks to its small form factor, MorphoFace provides an unobstructed view over every gate, enhancing passenger service and overall security.