Technology that moves you faster and safer
Our vision of “technology that moves you faster and safer” uses self-service with computer vision, voice recognition, biometrics and cloud platforms to not only provide value for business but also people.
Technology innovation leaders
Elenium was founded with the idea that the self-service experience we had all become accustomed to needed to be challenged. With the advent of Amazon, iPhone, Tesla and Netflix, airports seemed trapped in an earlier decade where passengers experience was more akin to being wrangled through a terminal, rather than enjoying a seamless journey.
In a testament to our approach and abilities, in these 4 short years Elenium has been able to supply solutions to key organisations, including Cotton On Retail, Hong Kong Airport, Sydney Airport, QANTAS and Etihad Airways.
In 2020 Frost & Sullivan awarded Elenium the 2020 Asia-Pacific Airport Self-service Technology Innovation Leadership Award.
“Frost & Sullivan commends Elenium on its call-to-action response during the COVID-19 pandemic (i.e., integrating capabilities to its kiosk system that, in the long run, allow airports to adapt to touchless processing and maintain the system’s effectiveness, even after the pandemic). Elenium’s kiosks measure passengers’ vital signs to determine symptoms related to COVID-19, such as a fever, using biometrics, near-infrared technology, and thermal cameras. The technology is a groundbreaking development that will impact self-service processing and establish safer contactless practices in the future.”
We started by building a solid foundation. We curated a team of talents; technical, commercial and operational. Elenium’s team is an eclectic bunch of industry veterans, physicists, mechatronic and mechanical engineers, video game developers and experts in program delivery. This has been our secret sauce, allowing Elenium to break through into an industry dominated by legacy system integrators.
Our touchless control technology using voice recognition and head control had been in development to better assist people with disabilities. Fast forward to a world concerned with contagion and our technology making all self-service devices touchless, reducing the chance of transmitting viruses is generating lots of interest. Our touchless vital sign detection technology has been developed to enable mass health screening at self-service touch points across airports but also in other sectors like health, aged care, construction and events.
Our vision is “technology that moves you faster and safer”, using self-service with computer vision, voice recognition, biometrics and cloud platforms.
it’s in our DNA
In 4 years we have gone from 20 kiosks in a single deployment to 700 self-service devices in 13 airports around the world supporting 250 million passengers, with an additional 8 airports to become operational in 2020.