Tag: Smart City Kiosks

National bike share data program allows DOT’s to identify scooter and bike share users in real-time

iSpeech.org Mass Private I | Source URL A recent article in Smart Cities Dive revealed that the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (DOT) will be partnering with Remix, Lime and Spin to create a mobility data standard for ride shares. A ‘mobility data standard’ is just a fancy way of saying a real-time scooter and bicycle tracking […]

National facial recognition database to use loyalty rewards to identify American shoppers

iSpeech Mass Private I | Source URL For years, I have been warning people about facial recognition in retail stores, but this story might convince you to avoid retail stores altogether. A recent article in Biometric Update. com (BU) reveals that retail stores have a master plan to convince Americans […]

Are New York’s Free LINKNYC Internet Kiosks Tracking Your Movements?

iSpeech Ava Kofman | The Intercept | Source URL LINKNYC KIOSKS HAVE become a familiar eyesore to New Yorkers. Over 1,600 of these towering, nine-and-a-half-foot monoliths — their double-sided screens festooned with ads and fun facts — have been installed across the city since early 2016. Mayor Bill de Blasio has celebrated their ability to provide […]

Cities across the country are installing “free” spying Smart City Kiosks

iSpeechMass Private I | Source URL Two years ago, I wrote an article warning NYC residents that City Bridge was installing spying Smart City Kiosks (SCK) throughout the city. The SCK’s came equipped with cameras, microphones and sensors that created the largest urban spying system in the country. SCK’s collect lot’s […]