IATA released an interesting video, on its own YouTube Channel, outlines the future of airport checkpoints and security procedures.
Checkpoint of the Future plan was published by IATA in 2011, shortly before Bisignani retired and handed over the reins to Tyler. The proposal looks forward using biometric identification and known traveller programmes to separate passengers into three categories (known traveller, normal, and enhanced security)
The video describes thew initiative promoted by IATA globally: even if the are some complexities along the way, the initiative aims towards ambitious aims. Along with new technologies, such efforts will axe cueing at security checkpoints and improve aviation security.