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AI, VR, and biometric technology will all gain ground within the hospitality industry this year.
New survey shows digital solutions are most valued when coupled with human engagement, and technology is increasingly influencing decision making and travel management.
Solving the paradox of high-tech, high-touch service and personalized experiences.
HT's editors share details from some of the interesting conversations they had on the show floor.
Sensory's AI suite has been customized to serve the fast-casual, quick service restaurant industry and is capable of processing voice orders in mobile apps, kiosks and drive-thrus.
From virtual concierges to biometrics to UCC integration, hospitality benefits from digital reinvention.
Tech allows customers to open the door automatically, check-in within three seconds, and pay for services.
Hotels and restaurants unlock next-gen service, loyalty and operations with facial recognition.
During HT-NEXT 2019, Cali Group CEO John Miller will help attendees imagine a world where guests can use their face to streamline service and access everywhere they go.
Lawsuits allege that the hotel exposed employees to a dangerous form of identity fraud and violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.
Autonomous cars, AR, AI and biometrics are all poised to have a major impact on the POS.
From reducing keystroke errors to greeting guests by name, identity verification technologies contribute to a frictionless, personalized guest experience.
Gregory Forbes, Director of Above Wing Operations, will be the day two opening keynote at HT-NEXT 2019.
Self check-in technology allows guests to verify their identity by comparing one's face with an ID photograph.