30 Mar '16, 8pm

#Smartphones could soon carry your digital passport

#Smartphones could soon carry your digital passport

LONDON — Forgetting your passport on the way to the airport is one of the banes of modern travel, but those days could soon be over. De La Rue, the world’s biggest passport producer and the company that prints British banknotes, is working on technology that could store passports within mobile phones, allowing travellers to do without the coloured booklets that have been around for hundreds of years. The “paperless passports” could act in a similar way to mobile boarding cards, which can now be stored on a smartphone, allowing a tourist to travel without documents of any kind. But the potential for forgery, international barriers and the possibility of losing one’s phone mean the security challenges present big hurdles. “Technology is at the forefront of De La Rue’s business and, as you would expect, we are always looking at new innovations and technology solutions for our...

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