It's been breaking down more often the longer they use it. At first it was somewhat OK, but now the hardware seems to have gotten in pretty poor shape , not working more often than working. PLUS, it adds a LOT of time for processing, way more than the previous scanners prior to the facial. It is not a quick or time saving system, as ot currently exists in the Express lines. They've even had it shut down in some of the more high demand attractions.I thought the testing on that system hasn’t been working nearly as well as they expected. Even doing express, it fails often.
I wouldn’t be surprised if another company or tech took it over for EU.