Keyo

With a wave of your hand, pay, open doors, redeem tickets +

Keyo lets you pay, unlock doors and redeem tickets with a simple and contactless scan of your palm. No chip needed.

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13 Reviews5.0/5
Nice one. Who do you think are your early adopters that would use your Palm solution?
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@tamascristian we ran pilots in Chicago with our first generation hardware and it's perfect for places with repeat use or multi daily use such as coffee shops, gyms, office buildings, resorts, etc. Now we are launching our second generation hardware with partners all over the US and 5 other countries.
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@tamascristian @onlykeyo You mean you ran Palm Pilots? Hmmm something sounds familiar...
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Curious, is this more or less secure than fingerprints or retina?
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@joshuapinter much more secure - it's actually the most secure biometric in the market, as it is internal to your body and cannot be copied.
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@onlykeyo How does this change over time. I.e. Do you have to "update" your palm scan every 3 years or something? Are the left and right palms totally unique?
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@joshuapinter great questions! Yeah your right and left palms are completely unique and you can register both with Keyo. We do update your scans from time to time but this is done automatically as you are using it, but it mostly stays the same throughout your life.
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@onlykeyo Sounds like you guys have thought of everything! Great job.
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@joshuapinter hehe thank you! We try to do a lot of thinking. But regardless of how much we think within the team our customers constantly surprise us with amazing use cases for Keyo. It's going to be grand. Have a great night.
Thanks for posting Keyo Kristofer! Happy to add to the profile and answer any questions :)
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Awesome! Would love an invite
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@lancescadden1 Awesome! Currently we are just inviting people who work at an office that has Keyo access or go to one of our locations. If you suggest place near you we will get in touch with them :)
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what if you have no hands
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@beenjamemes yeah... we've thought about that. For now Keyo is palm-vein based. But we will launch other biometrics in the future :)
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