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Atrient Launches V3 Kiosk with Facial Recognition

Atrient Launches V3 Kiosk with Facial Recognition

Atrient announced the release of V3, the newest version of its award-winning PowerKiosk suite. The kiosk employs facial recognition technology to allow patrons to log in to promotional devices without a player’s club card. Customers not utilizing facial recognition can also log in with an email address or mobile phone number. Traditional magnetic striped and RFID cards will continue to be supported.

“It is the largest release to ever be introduced,” said Sam Attisha, CEO of Atrient. “We have rewritten our marketing platform from the ground up.”

Atrient’s card printing kiosk has also expanded to leverage facial recognition to achieve a higher degree of security by comparing the patron’s image captured at the kiosk with their driver’s license image.

Other new feature releases include social gaming, multi-language, iPad integration and a completely new interface for configuration. Additionally, together with Everi, Atrient will be showcasing the ability to rebate ATM fees.

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