Digital health passport : PCC launches VeriFL...
Digital health passport

PCC launches VeriFLY for staff

Photo: Daon

The Pennsylvania Convention Center (PCC) has partnered with Daon, a global leader in biometric identity technology, to deploy VeriFLY, an app-based digital health passport, to expedite a safe return to work for its employees and contractors. Throughout the PCC facility, VeriFLY now enables building access via multiple entry points. Using the VeriFLY app, employees are asked to complete a self-certified health questionnaire that collects real-time wellness information. Depending on the information collected, the employee receives either a unique Digital Pass (QR code) or a notice of non-authorisation. The system is a complete testing, vetting and risk-based authentication solution built on Daon's IdentityX technology and is currently being used by airlines, airports and higher education.
„When customers return to our venue, they can do so with confidence.“
John J. McNichol, president & CEO of the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority
The Pennsylvania Convention Center will eventually reopen under its Reactivation Operating Framework developed under ASM Global's Venue Shield programme. The Reactivation Operating Framework includes the deployment of strict cleaning, disinfection and staff-training protocols. Venue Shield and the Reactivation Operating Framework helped the Center achieve GBAC STAR accreditation.

"The utilisation of VeriFLY continues to reflect our commitment to safely reopening and provides another significant layer in our already robust COVID-prevention capital improvements and Reactivation Operating Framework. When customers return to our venue, they can do so with confidence," said John J. McNichol, president & CEO of the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority.

www.paconvention.com/verifly-for-all-staff
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