Amazon One: launch of the Palm scanner for “secure” payments

Amazon has announced a new payment system for real-world stores that uses a simple wave of the hand: Amazon One. amazon one palm

Its new Amazon One scanner records an image of the user’s palm, allowing them to pay by hovering their hand in the air “for about a second or so,” he says.

The product will be tested at two of Amazon’s physical stores in Seattle.

Starting today, customers can use Amazon One as an entry option at two of Amazon Go stores in Seattle— original Amazon Go store at 7th & Blanchard as well as store in South Lake Union at 300 Amazon One palmBoren Ave. North. It takes less than a minute to sign up at these Amazon Go stores using an Amazon One device. The first step is to insert your credit card. Next, hover your palm over the device and follow the prompts to associate that card with the unique palm signature being built for you by our computer vision technology in real time. You’ll have the option to enroll with just one palm or both. And that’s it—you’re now signed up. Once you’re enrolled, to use Amazon One to enter these Amazon Go stores, you’ll just hold your palm above the Amazon One device at entry for about a second or so, and be on your way. It’s that simple.

Beyond Amazon Go, company expect to add Amazon One as an option in additional Amazon stores in the coming months. And, they believe Amazon One has broad applicability beyond Amazon retail stores, so they also plan to offer the service to third parties like retailers, stadiums, and office buildings so that more people can benefit from this ease and convenience in more places. Interested third parties can reach out through the email address provided on Amazon One website.


One scan does it all. amazon one palm

Amazon One simplifies everyday interactions. It’s a free, contactless service that lets you use your palm to pay, enter, or identify yourself.
A quick and easy way to make a payment, enter a venue, or identify yourself.
Sign up once, then use wherever Amazon One is available.
You’re in control – you choose when and where you use your palm.

amazon one palm










Like this? "Sharing is caring!"

You might also like
Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More