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Hertz and New York-based Clear announced on Tuesday the debut of Hertz Fast Lane Powered by Clear, a service that uses biometrics to speed members through the rental car process.
The enormous potential of CLEAR‘s biometric screening technology beyond airport security is becoming perfectly clear, if the enthusiasm of the company’s partners in Seattle is any indication.
CLEAR, the biometrics company you’ve probably seen at airports and at a few other prominent queues, is rolling out the capability to simultaneously verify your ID and pay for an alcoholic drink with your fingerprint
Speeding through airport security is a reality thanks to Caryn Seidman Becker and the CLEAR lanes at local airports. Becker, a big believer in biometrics, took a big gamble when she bought the company out of bankruptcy in 2010.
Major League Baseball and CLEAR are teaming up to launch biometric ticketing, allowing fans to use their fingerprints — and eventually facial recognition — to enter the ballpark.
CLEAR is expanding its footprint to two new Major League Soccer arenas with the Los Angeles Football Club and San Jose Earthquakes.
Delta Air Lines is working with CLEAR in an attempt to whisk passengers through a checkpoint for its 50 domestic Delta Sky Clubs, it said Monday.
Clear adds express entrances to major stadiums to expand locations at 9 of the 30 MLB ballpark locations.`
Clear CEO Caryn Seidman Becker answers all your questions on the latest Too Embarrassed to Ask.
Earning spot #8 in the Travel sector list, Clear is recognized as a pioneer in biometrics.
What exactly is CLEAR, and how is it different from T.S.A. PreCheck? Here are answers to questions about the program.