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A method and smart passport is disclosed for electronically associating travel tickets, boarding passes and customized luggage tags with the smart passport of a user.
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Method and Smart Passport for Electronically Associating Travel Tickets , Boarding Passes and Customized Luggage Tags with the Smart Passport of a User
Disclosed is a method and smart passport for electronically associating travel tickets, boarding passes and customized luggage tags with the smart passport of a user.
A smart passport as disclosed herein includes a shell which is composed of a same material as the existing passports. The smart passport also includes a circuit which is configured with a unique identifier for each user. In an embodiment, a unique identifier may be associated with a passport number of a user.
The circuit includes a processor, a transceiver and a memory. The processor, the transceiver and memory work in conjunction with each other for receiving, processing and storing information such as, user information, airline travel itinerary, and information received from airlines personnel and security personnel.
In an embodiment, the circuit signs and encrypts the information before storing in the memory.
The circuit also includes an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display which is formed from flexible OLED materials and provides black and white color. In an embodiment, touch activated sensors are provided for activating the OLED display for displaying information as required by a user. In another embodiment, the touch activated sensor may be coupled with biometric authentication for authenticating a user before activating the OLED display for displaying information to the user.
Power requirements of various operations of the circuit are supported by batteries. The circuit is linked to the batteries by a set of metallic leads.
Fig. 1 illustrates an exemplary implementation of the smart passport as disclosed herein.
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Consider an exemplary scenario wherein a user possessing a smart pa...