Kiosk Authentication Is Getting Trickier As kiosks are handling more sensitive and compliance-controlled data–as well as literally giving users money and other high-value items–robust authentication is critical. But robust in the kiosk realm cannot mean time-consuming or in any other way deliver friction. Done properly, biometrics can address both, but there are significant tradeoffs between the various biometric… Read More »
ADA Kiosk Legal Action This page on legal actions in self-service and related is a running log with personal commentary on legal, privacy and patent situations which impact unattended self-service. We keep track of legal news that affects the unattended self-service market. One of the best articles to monitor is Kiosk Accessibility: The Law is Paying Attention by… Read More »
BIOMETRIC SCANNERS – THE FUTURE OF KIOSK SECURITY IS NOW! Biometric security is on a rapid growth curve, and the market for biometric scanning devices is expected to reach $13.8 billion in 2015>. Traditionally, biometric security methods have been employed by government agencies, but with the use of biometric security in consumer devices, such as smart phones and… Read More »
Biometric Kiosk News Unattended Card Payments Inc. (UCP) has announced the expansion of its product portfolio to include Thales document readers and biometric scanners. For more information email [email protected] In today’s digital world where self-service is common, there is a need to provide different industries with products that address Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements. Multiple industries need a… Read More »
NY Mets with CLEAR & Aramark Test Biometric Kiosk News from NFCW 9/26/2019 New York Mets fans attending games at the team’s Citi Field home field can now purchase snacks and beverages at a self-checkout kiosk that uses a biometrics-based identity verification system to process payments — and check that buyers of alcoholic drinks are of legal drinking age.… Read More »
Would you expect to find a solution based on biometric technology that provides employees with fast and highly secure access to personal data in SAP in a vast and sparsely populated country like Namibia? Although I have been visiting this beautiful desert country privately for more than 20 years and have seen great achievements and
Success story for biometric kiosks for employees. Fujitsu and SAP make it happen in Namibia
Vancouver International Airport will be first in Canada to use NEXUS facial recognition kiosk technology. Innovative Travel Solutions announced today that their biometric kiosks have been configured to meet the requirements of the NEXUS program, a joint Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (U.S. CBP) operated Trusted Travellers program. BorderXpress NEXUS features ‘tap-and-go’… Read More »
Biometric Kiosks Clear will launch its security clearance services, which verify travelers’ identities through fingerprint and iris scans, at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. Source: www.biometricupdate.com CLEAR coming to Baltimore More Posts Face Biometric News – Face Kiosks and Facial Kiosks in Self-Service Legal News — McDonalds Sued for Improper Use of AI Biometric Data in Drive-Thru Biometric Kiosk… Read More »
Learn more about biometric kiosks & how they offer instant ID processing, these kiosks are customizable in functionality. Contact Us to learn more. Source: www.olea.com Post Views: 451
Biometric Kiosk News Jamaica’s Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) has announced that automated border control kiosks will be appearing in Kingston’s Norman Manl Source: findbiometrics.com Post Views: 414
Biometric technology is helping to drive forward a major expansion of the self-service technology market, according to a new report. Source: findbiometrics.com Post Views: 512
The passport control technology has been developed by Innovative Travel Solutions and is available at 24 international airports including, Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The technology also provides service in 26 different languages.Vancouver International Airport has introduced its BorderXpress automated passport kiosk solution at Oakland International Airport.
Really like their designs. Vancouver has done a great job. The passport control technology has been developed by Innovative Travel Solutions and is available at 24 international airports including, Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The technology also provides service in 26 different languages.
KFC Biometrics TechCrunch reports that KFC China is going to try facial recognition technology. Couple that with demographic and historical data and you can begin to approach smart ordering. Baidu and KFC’s new smart restaurant suggests what to order based on your face Baidu is demonstrating some of its most recent tech advancements in novel ways, including a… Read More »
Introduction Daddy’s Chicken Shack, founded by Pace Webb and Chris Georgalas in 2017, is a fried chicken QSR restaurant located in Old Pasadena, California that features American southern flavor with a hint of Asian cuisine. Daddy’s prides themselves on hormone-free, antibiotic-free and free range chicken. Daddy’s also has a booth every sunday at the Smorgasburg open-air food market.… Read More »
Biometric Kiosk News From St. Louis Dispatch Feb 2020 — ST. LOUIS COUNTY — St. Louis Lambert International Airport on Monday launched its new biometric security screening alternative in Terminal 2 — the one housing Southwest Airlines’ operations. The new CLEAR biometric system, which identifies people via fingerprints and the iris of their eyes, is available to passengers who… Read More »
The machine can do everything except give out cash.
FNB has launched a new kiosk that allows you to open an account with only your thumbprints as verification.
The bank has formed a partnership with the department of home affairs, and uses government records to verify your identity.
"The machines are directly linked to Home Affairs and because they use fingerprint technology on their side, we are able to quickly verify who you are," says Lee-Anne van Zyl, CEO of FNB Points of Presence.
The TouchPoint kiosk allows people to open an eWallet Extra account with their thumbprints. Existing FNB customers can also do all their general banking, except withdraw money.
Noted on GGB News Excerpt: It’s called “biometrics”—a type of artificial intelligence that maps the features of the face with such accuracy, it not only can identify that person but detect their sexual orientation and, in the most advanced versions, even gauge their emotional state. Casinos in Macau and elsewhere are now testing the technology as a way… Read More »
From FindBiometrics March 2020 The impact of the coronavirus goes well beyond healthcare and canceled industry events. The New York Post is reporting that the New York Police Department has ditched fingerprint security procedures at NYPD Headquarters at One Police Plaza in Manhattan. The decision was made by the NYPD security unit in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19… Read More »
The kiosks can process new customers in under four minutes by utilizing biometric authentication, and at a cost to the bank of just $4 per new customer.
Fingerprint and photo. $4 a customer is the cost and over 100,000 customers signed up so far. 700 kiosks.
Editors Note: News post published by Hertz 12/11/18 Hertz and CLEAR Partner to Reimagine the Car Rental Experience Travelers Can Now Get on the Road Faster Than Ever Before by Using their Face or Fingers at the Exit Gate NEW YORK and ESTERO, Fla., Dec. 11, 2018 – Hertz and CLEAR today announced the launch of Hertz Fast Lane powered… Read More »
That’s a belief driving the startup Bite, which creates facial recognition kiosks for quick service restaurants (QSRs). Using a combination of iPads, proprietary software and machine learning, Bite’s tablet kiosks can recognize your face to unlock loyalty programs, bring up food preferences and provide opportunities for restaurants to upsell.
Jack in the Box CEO, Leonard Comma, made news this week when he said “it just made sense” for his fast-food chain to consider switching from human cashiers to machines. To be sure, there are big societal implications if every restaurant made such a shift, but what if automated kiosks provide a better customer experience?