So How much Does A Kiosk Cost? Today you can order a cheeseburger, pay a doctor’s bill, and even renew your driver’s license without relying on another person’s assistance. Self-service technology has empowered patrons to take actions on their own, while businesses benefit from the enhanced customer service and added revenue these tools provide. And while forward-thinking businesses… Read More »
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.
Hardcoded Credentials in Kiosk Software Allowed Remote Attackers to Compromise API Read full article Uniguest provides kiosks to the hospitality, senior living, specialty retail, education and corporate sectors. The kiosks typically run a locked down version of Windows, and are managed by Uniguest rather than, for example, the hotel customers. With so many kiosks in so many different… Read More »
OTI Receives Purchase Orders for Thousands of Payment Systems to be Installed at Leading U.S. Food Chains and Kiosk Operators
Pretty nice device and it is used quite a bit. Not sure about gist of this press release.
Accessible Kiosks – Fall 2019 FMagazine The best of in-store merchandising, interactive kiosks and store fixtures for brands and retailers nationwide. The FMagazine Fall 2019 issue includes articles on: How self-service kiosks will shape the future of grocery Making kiosks accessible for everyone Merchandising displays – getting the best design without blowing the budget The FMagazine this issue includes… Read More »
CHICAGO — September 29, 2016 — Coates, a global leader in digital merchandising software, kiosks, and digital drive-thrus, expands the reach of its world-class products with the opening of its U.S. headquarters in Chicago, which includes a fully equipped innovation lab. The new Coates Lab offers quick service restaurants (QSR), retail brands and agencies a state-of-the-art space for a hands-on, personalized experience of the future of digital merchandising. With more than 50 years of leadership in digital solutions, Coates is in a unique position to take customers from proof of concept, design and manufacturing to installation and support, to provide their customers the most engaging experience.
Coates Lab encompasses displays, kiosks, digital drive-thru solutions, beacons, facial recognition and social media powered by Switchboard, the groundbreaking, data-driven content management system (CMS) developed by Coates. Switchboard enables brands to deliver a personalized and localized one-to-one experience in-store, similar to what online retailers offer on their websites, with an online record of the buyers’ past purchase history and a personalized greeting using Coates’ Switchboard content management system.
New York City’s public Wi-Fi kiosks aren’t sufficiently accessible to blind people, according to claims made in a lawsuit filed Thursday by attorneys representing advocates for the disabled.
The kiosks include Braille labels next to a 911 button and a headphone jack. The kiosk’s touch-screen tablet is also at a level so that those in a wheelchair are able to use it, according to a CityBridge spokesman.
Mindy Jacobsen, a 65-year-old Brooklyn resident, is one of three blind residents suing the city. Last week, Ms. Jacobsen, who teaches technology courses in Manhattan, said she plugged her headphones into a kiosk on Eighth Avenue, hoping to use it for directions. But the maps feature was on the touch screen, which Ms. Jacobsen couldn’t use.
A 911 call can only be placed when an on-screen prompt is pressed.
Our social media photo kiosk is a easy and interactive brand ambassador! Give your visitors a fun easy way to interact with your brand and drive awareness!
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Android/iOS: No one wants to have to call a locksmith. If you get locked out of your house, or just want to order some easy copies, KeyMe allows you to create duplicate keys that are either mailed to you, or cut at local kiosks.
Local businesses, are you utilizing Google Posts? Columnist Joy Hawkins shares her observations from several months of testing this new feature.
Good writeup on MyBusiness listing
Amazon.com Inc. is developing a premium Echo-like speaker with a screen, a sign the world’s largest online retailer is trying to capitalize on the surprise success of its voice-controlled home gadgets and fend off competition from Google and Apple Inc.
Miami-Dade unveils new transit kiosk with cameras, interactive maps and a selfie option. Bus stops will get them too if the county loosens digital-ad law.
Flaw in remote management feature gives attackers a way to breach networks.
Blank password provides access
The way to prepare for a more automated future is to know how to use technologies relevant to your work, said Peter Norvig, Research Director at Google.
The former Tom’s Home Cookin’ is getting a major makeover
CHICAGO, May 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Food Online Ordering Systems Certifies Epson Latest Addition Smart Printer for its Restaurant Online Orderin
The rumors were true. Apple is ditching the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 in favor of headphones that connect via the lightning adapter or wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Editors Note: News post published by Hertz 12/11/18 Hertz and CLEAR Partner to Reimagine the Car Rental Experience Travelers Can Now Get on the Road Faster Than Ever Before by Using their Face or Fingers at the Exit Gate NEW YORK and ESTERO, Fla., Dec. 11, 2018 – Hertz and CLEAR today announced the launch of Hertz Fast Lane powered… Read More »
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(PHOENIX, Ariz.) – When the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division launched ServiceArizona.com in 1997, it was the nation’s first motor vehicle division online service for vehicle registrations. Over the years, continual technological enhancements and the addition of multiple customer service features allow the website to handle more than eight million MVD-related transactions per year. In recognition of the most recent improvements, the American Association of Motor Vehi…
Cash machine manufacturers Diebold and Wincor Nixdorf have joined forces to found an association that will work to improve ATM security.
The partners are inviting banks and their fellow manufacturers and IT suppliers to join them in tackling the threat by improving industry communication and information sharing.
I didn’t wanna, you guys. But I do this stuff for you. FOR YOU.
He gives DraftServ credit for running a smooth operation. Well-attended and administered, with someone checking IDs before handing out cash-loaded cards & someone else oping off the area where the taps are so as to keep people from sneaking by. Macrobrews at ballparks is volume business and this is about as efficient as you can get with that.
Malaysia Airlines has closed its economy check-in counters at Kuala Lumpur as the airline moves to
First time I have seen “mandatory” for Economy class. First Class & Business still get to talk to people for check-in
Mayor Sergei Sobyanin’s crusade against street kiosks in central Moscow has entered a new phase with the installation of about 60 colossal “new breed” vending machines in the city over the next two months.
The machines, designed by the Moscow-based Art. Lebedev Studio, come in a number of different versions, the biggest being 20 square meters in size and stocking 400 products, according to the website of the operating company, Vsyo Sam.
Deputies have a new kiosk to thank for helping them find a suspect in Marion County.
PHOENIX — When the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division launched ServiceArizona.com in 1997, it was the nation’s first motor vehicle division online service for vehicle registrations.
Technology touches it all: Self-service and other innovations are changing …
The technology behind self-service, self-payment and choice has begun to infiltrate the food and beverage world in a way that is irreversible and all-encompassing, saving labor, time and money for the operator. Having iPads on the table to pick up, browse, and enter your order means you no longer have a waiter. You simply have a delivery to your table.
When dining out, would you rather have a server or a tablet on the table for self-service? Just one question of many for the future of self-service.
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Green computing is no longer just a white-wash expression, as government standards like the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) or the European Union Emission Trading (EU ETS), encourage companies to revaluate their use of IT resources.
Americans may worship plastic, but, for the most part, they’re not yet willing to worship with plastic.
It may be somewhat surprising then that the Ocean City Tabernacle, in its 135th season, has become the latest one of a very few area churches to experiment with the kiosk concept, installing two stations in its narthex for the summer season. Use of the devices, which consist of iPads inserted in a frame on a stand, has been underwhelming, with only a handful of people weekly availing themselves of the technology.
“So far I would say it’s not finding its audience,” said Rick Carlson, who is in his first year as CEO of the nondenominational Tabernacle. “Part of the reason is our audience tends to be older and kiosks tend to be used most by younger people who use credit or debit cards for everything. They don’t write checks or carry cash.”
Moki(R) and Mimo Display(R) to Create New Opportunities for Tablet-Based Kiosk Solutions in Commerce.
Moki, the leader in cloud-native management and control for tablet-based commerce solutions, announced today a strategic partnership with Mimo Monitors (Mimo Display, LLC). Headquartered in Princeton, NJ, Mimo Monitors produces affordable commercial-grade, Android™-based tablet devices and related POS peripherals, such as 2d barcode scanners, and credit card readers, etc., that come deployment ready with VESA-mountable displays.
This new partnership will combine Moki’s tablet-based kiosk control capabilities and Mimo’s robust devices to provide those in the retail and corporate spaces an affordable and fully-managed commercial-grade option for deploying large fleets of tablet-based kiosks and displays. Rather than turning a consumer grade tablet running iOS, Windows or Android into a tablet kiosk using enclosures, retailers can now purchase a low-cost device that is purpose-built to withstand the day-to-day rigors demanded from a tablet-based kiosk or display in a retail or other setting. Customers can also expect a managed hardware and software refresh cycle to allow for long term deployments.
Elo, a supplier of touchscreen solutions, announced SelbySoft Inc., a supplier of café point-of-sale systems, has certified three of Elo’s solutions for use with SelbySoft’s SP-1 POS software.
Elo solutions, certified by SelbySoft, include the X-Series, E-Series and PayPoint all-in-one POS terminals. Elo said its X-Series is known for its configuration options that meet the needs of a wide variety of retailers. Elo’s E-Series is designed to offer commercial reliability with a small footprint while maintaining affordability. In addition, Elo’s new PayPoint platform delivers integrated functionality retailers demand, including a built-in, flip-to-sign touchscreen, barcode reader, cash drawer, receipt printer and customer-facing display. SelbySoft certified the PayPoint devices for Windows operating systems.