Palm Beach County (FL) Schools would like to invest in a finger-scan-based POS system for all its units following a successful pilot at one elementary school, reports the Florida Sun-Sentinel. The proposal would have Palm Beach County purchase 511 of the scanners at $449 each for a total outlay of around $191,000. Two years ago, Seminole County was the first system in the state to opt for biometric finger scanning for its school cafeteria POS platform. Although the two counties will use ...

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