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Picavi Pick-by-Vision Contactless Picking Technology Profiled in Logistics Tech Outlook – Press Release

Picavi’s pick-by-vision was recently featured in Logistics Tech Outlook magazine. Read the article here. Picavi’s pick-by-vision concept is designed to simplify the work of warehouse personnel and enhance their performance. It combines comprehensive intralogistics and wearables know-how with extensive IT expertise to enhance warehouse management, thus maximizing productivity and reducing errors. The intuitiveness of the pick-by-vision solution can be further exemplified by its ability to address the shortcomings of conventional picking processes.

Carsten Funke, CEO at Picavi USA shared, “Our pick-by-vision smart glasses offer a 100 percent contactless solution for warehouses. The reception of our product by such clients have only bolstered my belief that our technology is the future of warehousing.”

The capacities of Picavi are strongly backed by a technology that combines the best of emerging technologies. The next step for the company is to integrate AI (artificial intelligence), indoor navigation, and cloud technology to further push the

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7 out of every 10 consumers would prefer contactless shopping

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Amazon One is the new palm reading technology we may have to start using to pay.

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It would be easy to chalk up technological developments from Amazon as par for the course. The company is perpetually throwing spaghetti on the wall to see what sticks.

A recent product unveiling, however, may mean far more than most realize.

The new device is the Amazon One, which can be used for contactless payments and is up and running in two Amazon Go stores. The device facilitates a completely hands-free interaction. Amazon says the palm print reader could also be utilized for things like granting access to restricted areas or in place of a loyalty card. Amazon is using it for its own purposes right now, but plans to sell the tech to third parties in the future.

Amazon One puts the e-commerce giant smack in the middle of a contactless

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Shoppers Might Just Love Amazon’s Contactless Checkout Technology

It would be easy to chalk up technological developments from Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) as par for the course. The company is perpetually throwing spaghetti on the wall to see what sticks.



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Survey Says: Shoppers Might Just Love Amazon’s Contactless Checkout Technology

A recent product unveiling, however, may mean far more than most realize.

The new device is the Amazon One, which can be used for contactless payments and is up and running in two Amazon Go stores. The device facilitates a completely hands-free interaction. Amazon says the palm print reader could also be utilized for things like granting access to restricted areas or in place of a loyalty card. Amazon is using it for its own purposes right now, but plans to sell the tech to third parties in the future.

Amazon One puts the e-commerce giant smack in the middle of a contactless

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Survey Says: Shoppers Might Just Love Amazon’s Contactless Checkout Technology

It would be easy to chalk up technological developments from Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) as par for the course. The company is perpetually throwing spaghetti on the wall to see what sticks.

A recent product unveiling, however, may mean far more than most realize.

The new device is the Amazon One, which can be used for contactless payments and is up and running in two Amazon Go stores. The device facilitates a completely hands-free interaction. Amazon says the palm print reader could also be utilized for things like granting access to restricted areas or in place of a loyalty card. Amazon is using it for its own purposes right now, but plans to sell the tech to third parties in the future.

Amazon One puts the e-commerce giant smack in the middle of a contactless shopping market that’s worth billions already, but could double in size in five years  now that consumers

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Lowe’s Leverages Innovative Technology to Launch Contactless Pickup Lockers Nationwide

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MOORESVILLE, N.C., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
MOORESVILLE, N.C., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — To continue to improve the contactless delivery experience for customers who are increasingly shopping online, Lowe’s today announced plans to install pickup lockers at all U.S. stores by the end of March 2021. The addition of Buy Online Pickup in Store self-service lockers at more than 1,700 stores leverages innovative technology to provide a safe, contactless and easier way for customers to collect same-day online orders at their convenience.

As shopping preferences shifted during the pandemic, Lowe’s accelerated the migration of Lowes.com to the cloud and rolled out curbside pickup to support sustained online growth. With the demand for contactless services here to stay, Lowe’s latest investment will eliminate checkout time for customers and allow them direct access to pick up

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Contactless Biometrics Technology Market 2029

Contactless Biometrics Technology Market: Overview

Contactless biometrics is a relatively new technology for face, fingerprint, and iris identifications. Contactless biometrics technology has attracted a newfound attention among industries on the back of COVID-19 pandemic. Social distancing measures have spurred role of contactless technologies in businesses. A recent case in point is the adoption of contactless biometrics at airports in some developed countries. The aviation industry thus has been accelerator of the growth of the contactless biometrics technology market. Post-COVID era will accelerate the prospects of the technology, unarguably. To boost the passenger traffic, the aviation industry has made some drastic operational changes, and the adoption of contactless biometrics technology is one of them.

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A wide array of offerings come under the ambit of the contactless biometrics market. These include time attendance, management of personnel, and registration.

Contactless Biometrics Technology Market: Competitive

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Adelaide trials contactless payment across tram network

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Commonwealth Bank of Australia has extended the option for customers to use their Visa and Mastercard debit or credit card to pay for travel across Adelaide Metro tram network.

Commuters can now tap on and off using any PayPass or PayWave-enabled Visa or Mastercard debit or credit card, or digital wallet on their smartphone, tablet, or wearable device to pay for their travel, instead of using cash or their Metrocard. The contactless payment option is currently unavailable to American Express cardholders.

“A modern payments network is the backbone of a successful economy and we’re pleased to be activating this payment method to give Adelaide’s commuters an additional contactless way to pay,” CBA institutional banking and markets group executive Andrew Hinchliff said.

The payment technology is part of a pilot operated by Adelaide Metro in partnership with Conduent, Mastercard, and Visa. The pilot is stage one

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Sam’s Club Takes Contactless Retail To New Heights With Scan & Go At The Pump

Cancel Christmas! Sam’s Club just announced that it is introducing Scan & Go pay functionality at the gas pump. After piloting the capability at 70 Sam’s Club stores throughout the country, Sam’s club announced today that it will roll out the capability to all 518 of its own and operated fuel stations by the end of the year. 

Here’s how it works:

Sam’s Club members simply download the Sam’s Club app on their mobile phones. They then can click the Scan & Go icon within the app, scan a QR code at the pump, select their method of payment, start fueling up the car, and then, voila, drive away and ultimately receive an electronic

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SS&C Releases Contactless Hospitality Technology for Timeshare Properties

WINDSOR, Conn., Sept. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSNC) today announced the release of TimeShareWare Arrive™, a new contactless guest communications solution for vacationers. The functionality enables shared-ownership properties to simplify resort operations and enable social distancing measures to bring peace of mind to guests and staff.

Arrive allows guests to check-in using a mobile phone, computer or kiosk, either at the resort or remotely, all seamlessly integrated with TimeShareWare front-desk software. The enhanced user interface allows resort owners to tailor the solution and supports self-check-in and check-out capabilities, credit card capture, documentation capture, and guest communications. Arrive is integrated with TimeShareWare products, including TimeShareWare Professional and is available in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean.

“COVID-19 has challenged the hospitality industry to come up with new systems and procedures to ensure a safe environment. TSW Arrive allows us to avoid long check-in lines

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