Everything we know about Intel’s 7th generation successor to Skylake
Everything we know about Intel’s 7th generation successor to Skylake
Standing nearly 7 feet tall, the Portrait Touch & Motion Kiosk is a durable, secure solution for museums, tradeshows, retail settings, and other public installations
Hong Kong-based company USB Killer believes that “any public facing USB port should be considered an attack vector.”
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A safe, easy way to get rid of your prescription drugs is now available at several Walgreens locations in the state. The medication disposal kiosks allow people to throw away unwanted, unused or expired medications.
The scene: Disney and its spouse (also Disney) have just finished a hard evening’s grocery shopping. Cart piled high with all the things a growing-but-massive entertainment conglomerate needs, the pair stop at the store’s exit, right next to a distinctive bright red kiosk. Disney turns to its partner:“Honey, should we pick up a Redbox lawsuit tonight?” “Oh, yeah, that sounds like fun!”
Redbox has been reselling Disney codes not intended for resale. What were they thinking?
Can you really afford the hidden costs of cheap parts?
Nice writeup on the impact of cheap components. Example is cash dispenser with cheaper plastic shutter and how that one part of the overall assembly bleeds red ink into overall operation.
Less than 20 days to take advantage of the Charter Member December drive. $299 for 2016 this month. You can join using Paypal or Credit Card.
Trade Show to be held in March in Vegas. 24 booth pavilion part of of DSE. Contact Craig or visit the site. Charter Sponsors for 2016 being accepted.
The Kiosk Manufacturer Association recently participated in a temperature kiosk market report conducted by IPVM, one of the premier sources for video surveillance. Video surveillance is not the only market that has pivoted to medical device sales (admitted or not). Kiosk suppliers, hard hit by COVID-19, have also joined this emerging segment. Inside this report, based on an interview with Craig… Read More »
The new global Bitcoin consumer ATM Mecca has shifted to Eastern Europe near the hotly-contested military crossroads of the Ukraine.
LibertyX, one of the many companies targeting the US market, has been expanding its number of Bitcoin kiosks. These vending machines let users buy cryptocurrency in exchange for cash, but offer no way
ADA kiosk, HIPAA kiosk, ADA tablet kiosk, HIPAA tablet kiosk, PCI, Section 508
New wheelchair that stands you up is nice technology. Video included. UPnRIDE is the name and invented in Israel.
Southco Kiosk Locks Recently we had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Southco and Mike Fahy. I have know Mike since before 2010 when he assisted developing some locks for major rental bike program. Locks and access control isn’t the sexiest stuff in the world but they are critical components. Many people that we have worked… Read More »
UV-C Antibacterial Solutions This is our general synopsis page of UV Resources and information. UV-C Antibacterial Light Another antibacterial tool is UV-C light. It however has many cautions. UV-C News 08/23 — Article on UV-C Wands from CNET. The dangers of. LINK What Are Germicidal Lamps? Germicidal lamps emit radiation in the UV-C portion of the ultraviolet (UV)… Read More »
July 30, 2020 Another entry for the kiosk history file as longtime touchscreen manufacturer 3M is exiting the business. We read about it first on Sixteen:Nine who heard it from one of the manufacturers. We confirmed with longtime contacts at 3M since then. We are sure the other self-service technology division are unaffected and that includes ID card… Read More »
Bellevue, WA – Esper, a global leader in the Android DevOps space, has announced a partnership with Point Mobile Co., Ltd., one of the world’s fastest-growing manufacturers of rugged, handheld mobile computers. Industrial fleet managers have off-the-shelf access to the industry’s most powerful tools for Android device deployment and management on Point Mobile devices. Esper and Point Mobile… Read More »
We were looking through the Target Center RFP and couldn’t help but notice that “cash” will not be a accepted. Welcome to the world of “Cash Free”, mobile phones and contactless cards. We wonder if swipe will be supported almost. Given the sports teams that use the Target Center, they will have a “Court Cash” loyalty app. The… Read More »
Please join the U.S. Access Board members and staff for a public briefing on three recent final rules
Rules to finalize include:
Updated ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buses and Vans (published December 14)
Accessibility Standards for Medical Diagnostic Equipment (to be published January 9)
Information and Communication Technology Standards and Guidelines (to be published soon)
The Ransomware Attack Isn’t Over—Here’s How to Protect Yourself
Security breaches happen so often nowadays, you’re probably sick of hearing about them and all the ways you should beef up your accounts. Even if you think you’ve heard it all already, though, today’s password-cracking tools are more advanced and cut through the clever password tricks many of us use. Here’s what’s changed and what you should do about it.
Kisok – the power of mispellings It always amazes us at the terms and phrases that end up getting misconstrued for lack of better phrase. If you sit a keyboard and you type with your left and right hands try typing out kiosk a couple of time and eventually you will end up with KISOK. I spent over… Read More »
very nice order kiosks in Rome centre Piazza di Spagna. 11 wall mounted 32″ kiosks installed to prevent queues. very nice
By deploying its “Fresh Forward” concept, Subway has recognized the need to make ordering more convenient in addition to continuing its emphasis on freshness.
Article on new Subway tablet kiosks being tried out. Agilitee put them together.
New Smart Store without Cashiers – Prototype in California – Retail Industry News & Automation
Look Ma.. no cashier!
Global Entry Kiosks Update We’ve got some exciting news for frequent flyers: Global Entry is making its kiosks even more efficient by eliminating passport and fingerprint scans, and relying instead on facial recognition technology. Passengers who have Global Entry and arrive at some airports from international destinations don’t need to scan their passport, put their fingers on a… Read More »
TUESDAY, MAY 12 AT 2 P.M. CENTRAL TIME REOPENING WITH SAFE TOUCHLESS INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Craig Keefner Executive Director / Kiosk Manufacturer Association Tom Lasiter Director, Hospitality Americas / Intel Corp., IOTG, Retail Banking Hospitality Education Contactless Touchscreen Hangouts — It is of vital local, national and international interest to reopen our economies safely. The… Read More »
The Kiosk Manufacturer Association is pleased to announce our inclusion on the NRF COVID Industry Resource Partners Headquarters page. From NRF : “The coronavirus pandemic is dramatically affecting businesses all over the world including the retail industry. To support retailers, NRF’s technology, research and consulting industry partners are providing free or discounted resources and guidance. This includes tools,… Read More »
CHARLOTTE, N.C., May 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Honeywell today announced a new temperature monitoring solution that incorporates advanced, infrared imaging technology and artificial intelligence algorithms to conduct non-invasive, preliminary screening of personnel entering a facility. The Honeywell ThermoRebellion temperature monitoring solution can be rapidly deployed at the entryway of a factory, airport, distribution center, stadium or other commercial buildings to quickly… Read More »
Full article as published by Denver Post 2/3/2019 Amazon Face-Detection Software Has Bias NEW YORK — Facial-detection technology that Amazon is marketing to law enforcement often misidentifies women, particularly those with darker skin, according to researchers from MIT and the University of Toronto. Amazon’s website credits Rekognition for helping the Washington County Sheriff Office in Oregon speed up how… Read More »
TAGS: vending, micro market, micomarket kiosk, Olea micro market kiosk, Olea Kiosks Inc., Frank Olea, self-checkout systems
CERRITOS, CA — Olea Kiosks Inc. is rolling out two kiosks designed for micromarket developers and operators. They are
Olea’s systems come with 19″ touchscreen monitors and barcode scanners that can be used for products, loyalty cards and cellphones. They accept cash, credit cards, Apple Pay or payment through biometrics, and both models are available with either PCI- or EMV-compliant devices. They can be accessed by landline, Wi-Fi or cellular connections.
TAGS: micro market, VE Kiosk, micromarket kiosk, vending, Vendors Exchange International Inc., USA Technologies, USAT MoreCLEVELAND — Vendors Exchange International Inc. said it has entered into a partnership with cashless payment giant USA
KIOSK market research report covering industry trends, market share, market growth analysis and projection by MIcroMarketMonitor.com. KIOSK market report includes, What are market estimates and forecasts; which of KIOSK markets are doing well and which are not? and KIOSK companies.
Must be the season for the market report people. This is another one which ends up looking at Airport Kiosks but in fact the companies it profiles are not the biggest players. I guess there are people that buy these things.
Micro Market Kiosk acquisition by 365 Retail Noted on KioskMarketplace Good writeup on acquisition by 365 Retail. Micro Markets have held steady and last year it was Slabbkiosks that was purchased. It’s an interesting market in that the main competitors share a lot of the same people and origins. Its a lot like the thinclient market in that… Read More »
Excerpt from Canadian Vending magazine May 2020 — Kiosk sales are expected to accelerate post-pandemic, due to affordability of its footprint and sanitary interface, when compared to a crowded store. Take-Aways Kiosks are safer than dealing with people Vending machines sell tangible goods Customers like to customize orders, and preferably via machine than person. Business orders for self-service… Read More »
QSR kiosks are big these days and the poster child might be Paneras actually though for sure McDonalds “once again into the fray” efforts bring a lot of attention (ditto for Wendy’s and others). Good quote from Olea and good article.
Here were the demographics
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Well written and complete look at ADA. Recommended!