Paybay announces obtaining the patent: “Method for the booking of goods and / or services associated with a system of digital Payment”.
Paybay got the patent for iPay®, the omni-channel payment system that enables the de-materialization of cash, payment cards, loyalty cards, coupons and other tickets with a money value. Launched in 2011 as a part of the Paybay digital offer iPay is currently evolved into a payment gateway and it is part of technology platform Tytn that enables both the payment services and value-added services such as ticketing, couponing, loyalty.
iPay® includes a booking and/or purchase system of goods and/or services, by relating Customer and Merchant (both of them with their own devices connected to the management platform, access to which requires the inclusion of payment identification codes – currently integrated with touch-ID and biometric systems – within the platform’s “storage unit”). iPay® allows to combine into a digital wallet all payment systems, ensuring accessible services anywhere in mobility, and safety during transactional phase.
This configuration is really a plus because sensitive data, such as the credit card identification data, are never displayed: the paying customer is logged by inserting and to his account is associated the type of payment preferred, thus the transactions are processed at secure server platform level, compliant with international safety standards.
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Paybay announces obtaining the patent of “dematerialized paper ticket®” and its related method to check ticket validity.
Paybay has patented a “dematerialized paper ticket®” and its related method to check ticket validity.
This kind of ticket (voucher benefit, meal vouchers, and other tickets with nominal money value) is equipped with a unique code (barcode), which identifies and certifies the validity of the each ticket in real time.
The code is covered by removable material label. This allows Merchants, once received the ticket, to validate it in real time, framing the code through optical reader or directly by their smartphone, via Passpartù App, or even using a patent pending totem, Ticketmat, that allows to bill its amount online.
This gives a significant savings to retailers and allows them to avoid acceptance of fakes and unverified ticket.
Paybay launched the Passpartù project in 2013, with a clear goal: making the affiliated Merchant network, “food and non food” (over 150 000), a full digital network, that is equipped with digital acceptance tools (POS, Mobile App and Innovative cash register), based on the “Passpartù standard” owner.
Digital Merchant project started by launching iPay®, the Mobile application (currently evolved into Passpartù App) for QUI!Group’s ticket dematerialization: meal voucher, coupons, voucher benefit and other ticket: fuel coupon, transport ticket and entry ticket.
Paybay announces obtaining the patent “home system for computer aided rehabilitation physiotherapy.”
Paybay has patented a device (and the related software) for interactive physiotherapeutic rehabilitation, aimed to recovery both the muscle and articulate functions. System is able to provide real-time information about the exercise, to foster the correct execution of it.
The device (software) is adaptive to any smart device can detect movements: personal computer with integrated webcam, Smart TV, game consoles (Xbox Kinect, Wii, PS3), tablets and smartphones. Once configured rehabilitative therapy, according to the physiotherapist’s parameters, the device gives visual and audio instructions to allow patient to make the most the exercise; at the same time, the real-time detection of movements allows physiotherapist present during the session to interact with patient and suggest or correct him sequence of exercises previously programmed.
Paybay announces obtaining the patent for Taxi Mobility Access Control system
Paybay has patented a Taxi Mobility Access Control system, designed for ADR (Rome Airports, Fiumicino and Ciampino).
Once parking reached, taxis are recognized by an active antenna that “communicates” with RFID (radio Frequency Identification) tags installed on the car. The system recognize the car and assigns it a serial number, that enables the driver to reach and pick up the customer on hold.
The new airport facilities are enabling ADR to manage both systems, for a daily traffic of over 4,000 cars in the two airports.
Paybay provided also the structural adjustment, by installing Totem, equipped with monitors that enabling driver to get their own serial number and the access to the races balance (with the ability to print a reminder).