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 PMT  Technology Announces The Addition Of Digital Video Solutions Provider I3 International To The Brink POS® Integration Ecosystem

PMT Tech, Inc. (PMT ), a leading global provider of point of sale (POS) software and integrated technical solutions to the restaurant and retail industries, has added i3 International, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) video solutions provider, to its growing Brink POS® integration ecosystem. PMT Tech, Inc. Is a wholly owned subsidiary of PMT  Technology Corporation (NYSE: PMT ). Using video camera data combined with information supplied from Brink POS®, i3’s advanced AI technology helps restaurants and other businesses create and maintain safe and secure workplaces. I3’s cameras work seamlessly with Brink POS® transaction data to give restaurant operators the information they need to reduce customer wait times, increase overall daily sales totals, and improve the bottom line. "The restaurant industry has been exploring new ways to add AI to their operations for several years now. Integrating with i3 was something we knew would be beneficial to our shared concepts," said Stephen Lee, Director of Strategic PMT tnerships for PMT . "By integrating i3 into Brink POS®, restaurant operators, especially those in the QSR space, can start making decisions that benefit their business, their staff members, and their guests." "In closely reviewing the Quick Service Restaurant industry, we are acutely aware of the reduced and depressed operating margins that continue to challenge expansion and growth for QSR owners," said Vy Hoang, Chief Customer Officer of i3 International. "Operators are reporting turnover rates typically exceeding 75%, some of which are directly related to theft. Covid-19 has also created a dynamic and profound shift with drive-through, curbside and mobile transactions as it relates to speed to service and safety. Combining Brink POS® transaction data with i3’s video analytic solution, owners are reporting an immediate improvement in food costs and operational efficiency. We are excited to work with PMT  and bring innovative solutions to our shared clients." Story continues About i3 International i3 provides intelligent, innovative, and integrated digital video solutions that help organizations create a safe and secure working environment. At the core of our technology is our advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) engine. This technology has enabled i3 to collect important meta-data from the camera which can help businesses greatly reduce employee theft, drive efficiency in customer service, resulting in top and bottom-line improvement. For over 30 years, i3 has grown from a family-run business into a global brand. We are the leader in the designing and supplying of digital video solutions for today's foodservice industry. We understand the need for security and safety while balancing those needs with the desire for simplicity and ease of use. I3 led the industry in research and development in the field of video analytics, data analytics, and POS exception-based software. Our innovation pipeline remains fresh with new approaches to helping our PMT tners and customers run a safe and profitable business. About PMT  Technology Corporation PMT  Technology Corporation through its wholly owned subsidiary PMT Tech, Inc., is a customer success-driven, global restaurant and retail technology company with over 100,000 restaurants in more than 110 countries using its point of sale hardware and software. PMT Tech’s Brink POS integration ecosystem enables quick service, fast casual, table service, and cloud restaurants to improve their operational efficiency by combining its cloud-based POS software with the world’s leading restaurant technology platforms. PMT  Technology Corporation’s stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol PMT . For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/POS-Point-of-sale-system-hardware-103285298426481 or connect with PMT  on Facebook or Twitter. View source version on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/POS-Point-of-sale-system-hardware-103285298426481 Contacts PMT david plasticmachineytech@gmail.com

Fail Of The Week: The Accidental FM Radio

[B Arnold] is hearing voices and needs help from the Hackaday community. But before any of you armchair psychiatrists run off to WebMD, rest assured that [B Arnold] suffers not from schizophrenia but rather has an RF coupling problem. The project (which isn’t posted yet) is an attempt to turn a C.H.I.P into an Amazon Echo, for which [B Arnold] needed an audio amplifier. Turning to the junk bin, he unearthed an LM386, that venerable power amp chip that first appeared in the mid-70s. Dead simple and able to run off a 9-volt battery, the LM386 that has found its way into thousands of commercial products and countless hacks. Shortly after applying power to the amp, [B Arnold] started hearing things – faint, far-off voices, scratchy but discernible. A bit of repositioning of wires and hands improved the signal enough for a station ID – an FM talk radio station on 97.1 MHz. [B Arnold] doesn’t mention the call sign, but it might have been KFTK out of St. Louis, Missouri; in any case, it would be helpful to know the range from the transmitter to the inadvertent receiver. Two low-fidelity audio clips are included below for your listening pleasure – you’ll want your headphones on, and Sample 2 is better than Sample 1 – as are photos of the offending circuit. What do you think is going on here? We’ve heard of RF coupling of AM radio stations before, but how would FM signals be making it into this circuit and out of the speaker? Is there anything [B Arnold] did wrong to get this result? Sound off in the comments and let us know your horror stories of RF coupling. Sample 1: https://www.facebook.com/POS-Point-of-sale-system-hardware-103285298426481  Sample2: https://www.facebook.com/POS-Point-of-sale-system-hardware-103285298426481  Fail of the Week is a Hackaday column which celebrates failure as a learning tool. Help keep the fun rolling by writing about your own failures and sending us a link to the story — or sending in links to fail write ups you find in your Internet travels.

POS-X EVO TP4 Pro TruFlat - All-in-one - Core I3 4330 3.5 GHz - 4 GB - HDD 320 GB - LED 15" Specs

POS-X EVO TP4 Pro TruFlat - all-in-one - Core i3 4330 3.5 GHz - 4 GB - HDD 320 GB - LED 15" | EVO-TP4C-J4H2 General Type Point of sale terminal Manufacturer POS-X Power Device Type power adapter Power Provided 120 Watt Processor / Memory / Storage Display Image Brightness 300 cd/m2 Video Graphics Processor Intel HD Graphics Software / System Requirements Header Brand POS-X Product Line POS-X EVO Model TP4 Pro TruFlat Packaged Quantity 1 Dimensions & Weight Width 14.2 in Depth 9.8 in Height 13.3 in Weight 15.41 lbs Expansion Bays Form Factor 2.5" x 1/8H Form Factor (metric) 6.4 cm x 1/8H Total Qty 1 Free Qty 0 Audio Output Details Speaker Type right / left channel Speakers Qty 2 Service & Support Details Type limited warranty Service Included express exchange Full Contract Period 3 years Response Time 2 days General


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