Spain's Amadeus will integrate IBM's digital health pass into its Traveler ID platform in a bid to simplify the verification of passengers' health credentials during the boarding process, the companies said in a joint statement on Thursday. "This approach helps airlines feel confident the health credentials added are valid and takes the expectation off of gate agents to verify health documents," said Greg Land, head of IBM's travel and transportation sector, told Reuters. By integrating IBM's Digital Health Pass into its Traveler ID system, Amadeus hopes to reassure passengers about the safety of their medical data, which the booking group says will neither be stored nor tracked - a concern shared by many would-be travellers.
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