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CLEAR Supports TSA's Goal of Strengthening Airport Security

NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CLEAR, a technology provider using advanced biometric identity verification to speed travelers through airport security, today announced it supports the Transportation Security Administration's plan to work with private companies to further enhance security at airports across the country.

"We applaud Administrator Pistole and the TSA for understanding the role private companies can play in both strengthening our nation's security apparatus and also improving the travel experience," said Caryn Seidman-Becker, the Company's Chief Executive Officer. "We already enjoy a great working relationship with the TSA and have been actively participating in TSA's market research on the private sector's ability to securely scale the Pre-Check population.  We look forward to continued opportunities to work with TSA."

Certified by the Department of Homeland Security as Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology, CLEAR members use their biometrics (fingerprint and iris) to verify their identity allowing them expedited security screening at major US airports across the country. At all of its locations CLEAR services are integrated with TSA's Pre-Check. The Company earlier this month announced that its automated traveler service is coming to Miami International Airport and it plans an early November launch in Las Vegas. CLEAR's innovative platform transforms travel, bringing a fast, secure and seamless customer experience for members.

CLEAR's secure biometric technology is scalable for other uses and platforms, including stadiums, universities, municipal buildings and other venues seeking fast, effective and secure identity verification on a large scale.


CLEAR is a secure biometric identity company transforming the way people live, work, and travel. CLEAR currently operates at San Francisco, San Jose, Denver, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston Bush, Houston Hobby, San Antonio, Orlando, and Westchester County Airport in New York. Along with Miami, Las Vegas will also join CLEAR's growing airport network with the opening of CLEARlanes at McCarran International Airport this fall. CLEAR has been used almost 2,000,000 times by travelers and has saved its members over 60,000,000 minutes.

CLEAR is currently expanding to bring its timesaving, secure, biometric technology to airports around the country and is integrated with TSA PreCheck in all CLEAR locations. CLEAR's biometric platform is scalable for other verticals including stadiums, universities, buildings and other venues focused on enhancing security and delighting customers.

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