Airport Kiosks At George Bush Intercontinental Airport, kiosks collect passengers’ information for Customs and Border Protection with no previous registration required for use. Craig Keefner‘s insight: In addition, the kiosks are designed to comply with U.S. Americans with Disabilities Act requirements through the standard kiosk button interface, audio jack and braille labeling. See on www.emergencymgmt.com Post Views:… Read More »
The Assigned Access feature lets you configure a kiosk so that only one app is available. Here’s how it works in Windows 10.
We’re going to be so smart. The city wants to put "smart kiosks" around downtown and maybe business districts in other neighborhoods. They’re mean
St. Louis expands RFP for smart cities
The Easy Way to a Smart Office By Sean Houchin “Smart office“ sounds like the future: hip technology companies and expensive new buildings. In fact, the first steps on the road to a smart office are easier than they seem. A good starting point is a modern access control system. It ensures security and, in combination with smartphone-based… Read More »
Access Control Systems – RFID, Biometrics and Identity Access control for kiosks takes many forms and there are several technologies in use. Here are some. RFID Kiosks as High Potential for Retailers In the 17th annual Global Powers of Retailing report, produced by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited in conjunction with STORES Media, RFID technology is mentioned as an… Read More »
YVR’s Innovative Travel Solutions becomes first to pilot kiosk-based border control solution in the Schengen Area Iceland airport pilots four BorderXpress kiosks to enhance security and efficiency in preparation for the new EU Entry/Exit System Richmond, B.C. June 24, 2019: Today, Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS) by Vancouver International Airport announced the implementation of four BorderXpresskiosks at Keflavik International Airport (KEF) in Iceland. The… Read More »
Clear, a biometrics security company, plans to add lanes at Los Angeles International Airport.
The kiosks, which resemble ATMs, will be expanded by the end of March to three more airports: Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and LAX. Editor note: Kiosks are designed and made by Olea Kiosks.
Innovative Travel Solutions celebrates 2017 as leading global provider of border kiosks More than 1,300 BorderXpress kiosks in use at 39 airport and seaport locations The value of automated border control processing is quickly becoming realized around the globe. Vancouver Airport Authority’s Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS) celebrated a major milestone in 2017… Read More »
Tokenworks Product News – User Authentication Drivers License We like to highlight our members when we can and new product enhancements are now available from Tokenworks. Tokenworks provides a complete range of Age Verification, Data Entry & Form Fillers and Forensic Scanners. And complete developer tools. Editors Note: While with KIOSK Information Systems, I probably participated in the… Read More »
Reprinted from Olea Kiosks Portable media remains one of the key ways hackers infect a company’s network Anyone who’s ever dropped of their child at a daycare is familiar with the scenario. If one child has a virus, it’s only a matter of time until all the other kids pick it up as well. It’s the same with… Read More »
Automated Border Control Kiosks Reach 71 Installations C. Maxine Most Principal, Acuity Market Intelligence Border authorities have embraced digital identification and biometric-based automation to simplify and accelerate border control processing. Acuity’s latest report on border control kiosks reveals that 71 installations deploying 2283 border control kiosks are active at 59 ports of entry across the globe. These include… Read More »
First Ever Border Control Kiosks Installed on Passenger Cruise Ship Richmond, B.C., January 26, 2018: Today, Vancouver International Airport’s (YVR) Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS) and Ferries del Caribe celebrated the installation of two BorderXpress kiosks onboard its cruise ship, the MV Kydon. This marks a milestone for the industry as Ferries del Caribe becomes the first-ever cruise operator in… Read More »