Accenture’s Multi-party Systems practice partnered with the World Economic Forum to create the Known Traveler Digital Identity (KTDI) solution. This enables consortium partners to access verifiable claims of a traveler’s identity data so they can assess their credibility, optimize passenger processing, and reduce risk.
How does KTDI help both the travel industry and the customer?
by allowing individuals to decide when and how to share data, reducing industry risk, and providing seamless and trusted experiences for travelers
by sending customers’ digital identities to airports for archiving purposes, after travel has been completed
by sharing travelers’ digital identities with hotels and other travel partners for use in mass marketing campaigns
by providing discounts on airline tickets to customers whose digital identity is sent first
The KTDI solution helps both the travel industry and customers by allowing individuals to decide when and how to share their identity data, reducing industry risk, and providing seamless and trusted experiences for travelers.
This means that travelers have greater control over their personal data and can choose who has access to it, while the travel industry can verify the credibility of a traveler’s identity and optimize passenger processing to reduce delays and improve overall efficiency. This results in a more convenient, secure, and personalized travel experience for customers, as well as reduced costs and risks for the travel industry.