MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. – Flying to your favorite vacation spot from Pittsburgh International Airport just got a little easier.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority just partnered with Pittsburgh software firm Zensors to help get you through one of the biggest headaches of flying: getting through the security line.
They’ve developed technology to give you accurate, real-time wait times at the airport’s primary security checkpoints by using data collected by camera. The times will be displayed throughout the landside terminals and on its website, FlyPittsburgh.com.
Pittsburgh International will be the first airport in the country to use the technology to measure line length.
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