On Track Innovations (OTI) has announced it has introduced its standards-certified Trio modular reader three-in-one payment solution.
OTI’s Trio will provide a multiple payment options in unattended market segments, such as vending machines, self-service laundromats and car washes.
The OTI Trio will allow self-service operators a variety of configuration options:
- Magnetic stripe only
- Contactless only
- Combined magnetic stripe and contactless
- EMV contact only
- EMV contact and contactless
- EMV contact, contactless and magnetic stripe (three-in-one)
“Trio gives our clients the flexibility to use any card interface their customers might need to perform payment – including legacy magnetic stripe technology – while also preparing them for emerging payment solutions such as contactless cards, NFC-enabled devices and smart phones and smart EMV cards,” said Ofer Tziperman, OTI’s CEO. “Trio offers the breadth and credibility the rapidly expanding cashless payments solutions for the self-service market needs.”
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