Japan's airports to cut immigration queues with mobile terminals
There are plans to put in place mobile terminals that will take photos and fingerprints of foreign visitors at airports in Japan.
Currently foreign arrivals are fingerprinted and photographed by authorities at the inspection desks, but the mobile terminals will take this information and send it to the desk in advance. It is hoped this will reduce waiting times, which have increased at some airports, according to Japan’s Justice Ministry. The terminals are set to be installed in airports that receive international flights. Read more: newsonjapan.com