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Telpo features biometric payment terminals at Money20/20 Asia


Retail smart device provider Telpo reports that its smart terminals and biometrics-based payment solutions were “highly regarded” at Money20/20 Asia held this week in Singapore.

Money20/20 Asia is one of the largest platforms for the financial services, payments and fintech community in Asia to connect. This year’s event attracted 3,500 industry insiders from more than 70 countries and more than 1400 companies.

Telpo featured a number of smart POS terminals and biometric payment solutions at the show including the TPS530 customizable POS terminal for buses, the Telpo TPS900 mobile Android POS terminal with fingerprint, iris and face recognition and the Telpo TPS980 face recognition terminal.

Earlier this month Telpo introduced a face recognition development kit for Android.

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