The Delhi Airport published a brief video of a toddler using the newly established DigiYatra service on Friday to promote paperless and contactless airport access. The airport claimed on Twitter that the boy was “likely” the “youngest Digi Yatri traveler.”

Delhi Airport tweets a video of a youngster:

The child was seen in the 17-second video clip standing in front of a gate at Delhi airport and utilizing face recognition equipment to enter the airport. The Digiyatri festival is today. Or is it? (Also done by our young Digiyatri traveler. Did you?),” the video clip’s message read.

The ambitious DigiYatra service for three airports was introduced earlier this month by Jyotiraditya Scindia, minister of civil aviation. The service is currently offered at the airports in Bengaluru and Varanasi and Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). At the airports in Kolkata, Hyderabad, Pune, and Vijayawada, DigiYatra will be introduced as part of the second phase deployment by March 2023.

Passengers can link their identity and travel documents at the DigiYatra facility, where they can also make a facial scan from an earlier time. Passengers are no longer required to present their boarding permits and IDs at the airport. Instead, individuals must validate themselves in front of a facial recognition camera.

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