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touchless

Without physical touching. See touchless user interface.
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It has to be noted that 2013 flagship model, Moto X, despite boasting less superior internal hardware components (compared to rivals Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and others), managed to win appreciation from many critics and fans for its innovative smart control features like 'Moto Assist', 'Touchless Control', gesture-control camera launcher (just need to twist arm twice to activate the camera), hence we can expect Moto X+1 to deliver more enriching smartphone experience.
The bundle includes the sleek enMotion[R] Recessed touchless towel dispenser that can help facilities comply with ADA standards, as well as enMotion dispensers for soap or sanitizer.
“A Touch of Cleanliness in an Unclean World” is the theme of a unique advertising campaign launched with the new SmartStock touchless dispenser.
This is our 9th Award in a short span of 4.3 years of experience, many thanks to all of you for your support, guidance and belief to enable Talocity deliver Touchless HiRing with its suite of products", said Ketan Dewan, Co-founder and CEO, Talocity.
The application would have touchless fingerprint technology, said Glen Cullen, the command's program manager for sensitive site exploitation within the program executive office for special reconnaissance, surveillance and exploitation.
Another exciting possibility that's said to be coming to the iPhone 11 is touchless gesture support.
While insurance carriers are warming to the idea of automating the claims process - and even possibly touchless claims handling - auto insurance policyholders are still wary of do-it-yourself approaches that don't give them access to empathetic humans.