These are now live and available at MCO!
New automation at Orlando International Airport (MCO) will expedite international arrival processing in 2014. Ten new high-tech digital security kiosks are installed and being tested by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the international arrivals area at MCO. Orlando International is the nationís pilot site for this new generation of kiosks which allows international passengers from visa waiver countries to self-process into the United States.
The new kiosks will partially automate the inspection process for persons entering the United States. The system will collect the passengersí passport and flight information, declaration data, scan fingerprints, take a photo and issue a receipt to the passenger. The passenger then presents their passport and receipt to a CBP officer for verification. The whole process should take under two minutes. The kiosks are complimentary to use and do not require registration in advance; however, passengers must have previously entered the U.S. and have fingerprints on file with CB