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CaliBurger's New Kiosk Lets Customers Order With Their Faces

CaliBurger's New Kiosk Lets Customers Order With Their Faces


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If all goes swimmingly, the concept will roll out to CaliBurger locations worldwide in 2018

In-N-Out competitor CaliBurger is testing a new point-of-sale system that allows customers to order using facial recognition. It’s currently being tested at the burger chain's location in Pasadena, California with plans to roll out globally next year. Also in 2018, the platform will allow customers to pay using their faces.

"Our goal for 2018 is to replace credit card swipes with face-based payments,” Cali Group CEO John Miller said in a release. “Facial recognition is part of our broader strategy to enable the restaurant and retail industries to provide the same kinds of benefits and conveniences in the built world that customers experience with retailers like Amazon in the digital world.”

This isn’t the first time CaliBurger has experimented with technology. This year, it introduced a robot named Flippy who uses thermal sensors to cook 100 percent all-beef patties and place them on buns, According to a release, Flippy, who also debuted in Pasadena, is expected to be behind the grill at over 50 CaliBurger locations worldwide by the end of 2019.

If this new technology proves successful, perhaps it’ll pop up at these 101 best burger joints in America.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


Panasonic recently announced a new strategic partnership with PodID to enable restaurant guests to pay for their orders at drive-thrus and kiosks using their face. The PopID technology, including the Pop Wallet, will be integrated into Panasonic’s ClearConnect Kiosk to allow restaurants to install the hardware, software, and UI/UX designs needed for self-order restaurant kiosks.

Once guests arrive at a kiosk, they will recognized and shown their previous orders as well as their loyalty account with the specific restaurant. Not only does this increase safety by limiting person-to-person contact, but the software also reduces payment processing costs. Currently, there are a variety of restaurant chains using PopID technology such as CaliBurger, Deli Time, Belcamp, Dairi-O, Plant Power, Port of Subs, and Belcampo, among others.


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