Self-service devices can be controlled by voice or head movement, eliminating the need to touch surfaces. Adding touchless control to any self-service device using our artificial intelligence powered Sensor Array dramatically reduces the risk of viral or bacterial transmission.
Stakeholders no longer need to touch a screen, pin pad or physical surface, controlling and interacting with a device from a safe distance via head movement.
No need to touch self- service devices
Head movement detection
A key philosophy is ensuring that solutions are broadly accessible. The patent pending head control technology uses a machine learning classifier to find a point of interest on a person face as an anchor point. When the user moves their head the cursor of the kiosk follows accordingly. The interaction is intuitive with no training required by the user.
Jointly developed by Amazon Web Services and Elenium for loud environments, our patent pending approach to voice recognition distinguishes voices in busy environments like airports, hospitals, or medical centres by combining multiple types of sensors, including proximity sensors, cameras and multiple directional microphones.
With our BYOD function, individuals engage and complete the health declaration questionnaires using their own devices . Vital sign screening is performed on arrival at the premises. Biometric facial recognition and contactless ID scanning is supported as an option.