How can Facial Recognition optimise high-street retail?

TouchByte uses facial recognition to provide valuable insight into in-store analytics, in order to optimise in-store retail experiences. In short, if your customer is happy, your customer is spending money.

By tailoring user experience to perfectly match your customers’ needs, they’re far more likely to return to your store, to gain the same kind of customer satisfaction.

Introducing: Facentry.

Second in our ‘Introducing’ Series, is Facentry.  Unfortunately, this video explainer doesn’t feature the wonderful Harrison Hayward-Gore, but it does explain how our software works in the hospitality sector; we provide completely contactless access solutions in response to the covid19 pandemic.  Get in touch to find out about our #covidsolution today!

GDPR & Regulation: The TouchByte Approach

Facial recognition is frequently pigeonholed as a sensitive subject, particularly surrounding GDPR regulations and privacy. A common misconception is that it lacks any form of regulation. Because of this misconception, we at TouchByte feel it is essential to explain how we regulate our facial recognition solutions, and why we feel it is vital that we do so.

FaceStream: Analytics

FaceStream is a way of capturing footfall as people enter a building. FaceStream is a video analytic tool designed to enable clients to capture footfall of customers as they enter a building, shop, or hotel. It can also be used in the transport sector. We capture data that enables better customer insights. This in turn, allows retailers and store owners […]

The Self-Service Checkout Nightmare!

Some may have nightmares of humans losing the art of communication, as machines begin to replace so many of the tasks that for centuries, we have had to do alone. That being said, we can all relate to the nightmare that is self-service checkouts and buying age-restricted items.

Racism & FR; is the technology biased?

My morning routine consists of waking up and checking the news for the latest damage report. This morning, as I was scrolling through Twitter, this headline caught my attention: “George Floyd: Amazon bans police use of facial recognition tech“ “Civil rights advocates raised concerns about potential racial bias in surveillance technology.” Speaking as both a […]