Australia to Start the Digital Passport Revolution

Australia to Start the Digital Passport Revolution
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

The country's Department of Foreign Affairs is considering a trial run of cloud-based digital passports

Laura Yan
  • 20 november 2015

Is the next step to digitalizing travel digital passports? Australia is the first country to consider a move to paperless passports. The country recently considered a range of travel innovations at a hackathon style event called the InnovationXchange at the Department of Foreign Affairs. According to the Sydney Morning Herald report, Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop thinks the idea could “go global.”

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