Category Archives: Voice Assist Kiosk

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Accessibility kiosk news — M-Enabling Summit Arlington in October

Kiosk Accessibility News See m-enabling website — The Kiosk Manufacturer Association is an exhibitor and sponsor for the upcoming Summit. In Brief Keynote — Sachin Dev Pavithran, Ph.D. Executive Director U.S. Access Board Sponsors – Google, AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft, Amazon, HP and KMA Health Protocols — GREEN (exceeds CDC) Expected attendees –  250 to 500 high level attendees… Read More »

Voice Kiosks – LG Uplus Employs Kardome’s Voice Technology in Store Kiosks

Voice Kiosk technology for private, secure voice recognition interaction in kiosks and digital signage Tel Aviv, Israel: Kardome today announced it has contracted with LG Uplus to install its Voice Activation Software in the mobile service provider’s store kiosks. Kardome is excited to partner with LG Uplus to provide its customers with secure voice interaction in its kiosk… Read More »

ADA and Accessibility Quiz and MCR Guidelines for ADA

Self Service ADA Accessibility Requirements and Quiz Kiosk Industry and KMA are offering a free consultation for ADA and Accessibility for your self-service project.  Also to assist, a downloadable PDF with current ADA, Section 508 and ACA regulations that are currently mandated. Excerpt below — Are your kiosks ADA-compliant? Typically prospects and customers will include a stipulation that… Read More »

U.S. Access Board 2018 Meeting KMA ADA Board

We had our yearly meeting in Washington, DC on October 16th, 2018 and it was a productive meeting.  We thank the U.S. Access Board for having us and meeting with us. Thank you. In attendance: David Capozzi, Executive Director of the U.S. Access Board David Yanchulis, Director of Technical and Information Services Bruce Bailey, Accessibility and IT Specialist… Read More »

ADA Kiosk Tech Brief – Gesture Technology

ADA Kiosk Tech Brief – Gesture Technology Last week we went thru a demonstration of gesture technology for kiosk for use by handicapped users. People unable to move their arms.  People unable to speak. People with ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Parkinsons, Cerebral Palsy and even some cases of Arthritis. Furthermore, some people may not be able… Read More »