At automated teller machines, fraud is common (ATM). To prevent this, cameras built into current automated teller machines (ATMs) are employed to record the user during the transaction. Face recognition can be used in conjunction with the camera. No money can be withdrawn unless a face is identified. In order to avoid modifications, cameras can also check money withdrawals or watch the pin pad (skimming).
A growing number of automated teller machines (ATMs) have cameras for visual communication, allowing them to better advise consumers if necessary.
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Cameras are commonly used in the following areas:
The user is being watched (portrait camera)
Money withdrawals are being monitored (hand to money camera)
PIN input is being monitored (pin pad camera)
Communication with the user for the goal of providing help (video conference camera)