Payment Trends and Insights – Kiosk Industry Writeup by Appetize on the five payment trends to look for in 2021 There’s a silver lining to the unpredictability we experienced last year: 2020 accelerated the growth and advancement of the current payments landscape. In fact, the way operators set up their payment systems now will truly be a testament… Read More »
Learn about efficiency and convenience in the QSR industry by Intel Corporation with self-service kiosks by Pyramid Computer GmbH showcasing technology frontrunner Hesburger. Blog Link Kiosks: automatic for the people 05-Feb-2021 By BigHospitality Self-Self-serve kiosks have become a regular sight in fast QSR operations as restaurant groups awaken to their benefits – and the Coronavirus pandemic has only served to expedite their uptake… Read More »
McDonald’s Kiosks Listening Post and Drive-Thru Update New pictures of unit in the UK (made by Evoke Creative). Evoke has installed around 3000 devices over the past 12 months, providing the listening post system and the order confirmation screens at the drive-thru window. Here are pics of new Costa Coffee Evoke Profile Here is a look at… Read More »
Original article (in German) Mar2021 McDonald’s Using LG High Brightness The almost 1,000 McDonalds restaurants with McDrive in Germany will be equipped with LG High Brightness Displays by the end of the year. Almost all drive-thru locations receive the new wind- and weatherproof, sunlight-compatible digital signage displays. March 17, 2021 by Florian Rotberg In total, more than 4,000 LG full outdoor… Read More »
Show To Go Update for National Restaurant Association 2021 Are you looking for restaurant kiosk technology? The Kiosk Association has restaurant kiosks, drive thru kiosks, locker kiosks, pickup kiosks and all types of digital signage kiosks. PCI and EMV technology for future-proof installations. ADA and accessibility information which extends from kiosks to your mobile ordering and website online… Read More »
ADA Updates for Kiosk Industry We have some updates for ADA and kiosks. Add-on for Verifone POS Tactile “bumps” Tax incentives for ADA (deductions and credits) US Access Board meeting for January ADA Working Group for Kiosk Industry Group. #1 — New add-on for POS and ADA compliance from Taylor Stands. Detachable POS with tether (patent pending).… Read More »
From Check-In-Kiosk New CLEAR Check-in Kiosk Deployment Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has become the latest airport to receive CLEAR, the biometric identity service that helps speed flyers through airport security lines. The news that CLEAR is coming to CVG comes less than a week after the service debuted at Boston Logan’s (BOS) Terminal A, home to… Read More »
Patient Check-In Kiosk Saturday, February 25th 2017 URBANA, Ill. (WCCU) — Carle Hospital is advancing their transition to automated check-in kiosks for patients. With more than a million visitors every year, Carle is looking to buy more kiosks to further improve patient convenience, privacy, and efficiency. Right now there are 28 in use, but Cheryl Staske, Director of Patient… Read More »
Ultra Small Kiosk Printer Lemur-X by Boca The spec sheet for the printer can be found here. Benefits of the printer include: Configured to work with either rolled (receipt) or fan folded (ticket) stock High speed (8 inches per second max) Superior reliability (lower operational costs) Small footprint Flexible mounting positions BOCA’s US operations: all printers are manufactured a at… Read More »
Kiosk Hall of Fame NEXTEP SYSTEMS, OLEA, Netshift, and other kiosk companies represented in 2017 Kiosk Hall of Fame inductions EASTLAKE, Colo., June 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Kiosk Industry Association is proud to announce the 2017 Hall of Fame inductees. This year our inductees are Tommy Woycik of NEXTEP SYSTEMS, Traci Martin of Olea Kiosks, Ben Wheeler, Nigel Seed (UK) and James Vande Castle is the media inductee. Posthumous inductees are Tommy… Read More »
Touchless kiosks and Gesture Kiosks First released on PRNewswire and below content as echoed on Yogonet. They included the YouTube videos embedded for the gesture kiosk nav and the foot nav which is a “nice touch”. These technologies are truly a bit of a departure from the more conventional gesture kiosk technology usually presented. And this is the… Read More »
From Olea Kiosks TheLab. Written by Richard Slawsky. Telehealth Kiosk Improving Access By delivering services where consumers live and work, telehealth providers eye a new, more efficient channel for medical care. No matter what a person’s political persuasion may be, there’s one thing on which nearly everyone can agree: Healthcare costs continue to rise despite efforts to rein… Read More »
Wayfinder Wayfinding Good article by Tomer Mann of 22Miles on The New Standard for Wayfinding: Three Technology Features Improving the Visitor Experience. March/April 2021 Excerpt: Much has changed in the past year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. AV/IT managers, systems integrators, and facilities managers alike face a heavy set of expectations as they navigate new opportunities… Read More »
ADA Kiosk Checklist Current updated page located at the Kiosk Association KMA March 2021 — It also includes 4 different images from US Access Board on different reach parameters and distances that need to be observed. To be sure this is only the top-level “first things first” list. Suits are generally initiated by blind people and so naturally… Read More »
Conversational AI Kiosk KIOSK and Valyant AI announce a partnership to enable contactless self-service experiences. Read the press release to learn how Conversational AI and digital kiosk technology provide personalized, touchless customer experiences for hospitality, retail, and healthcare. From MIT Tech Review – Building customer relationships with conversational AI is a big deal for sure. Insights associated with… Read More »
From Kiosk Association kma.global site March 2021 Update for Europe ADA New draft changes went in 3/19/2021 – release is imminent of 1.1.2 updated. We thought it a good time to bring this back into focus for the self-service community. What is Europe ADA EN 301 549 “Accessibility requirements suitable for public procurement of ICT products and services… Read More »
Note: Olea announces new healthcare products at HIMSS 2017 and includes new models for patient check-in. New tablet offering will be there with telehealth telemedicine demo. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Healthcare Kiosk, Telemedicine Telehealth and Tablet Products at HIMSS Olea Kiosks has announced it will launch an all-new line of healthcare kiosks for patient check-in at HIMSS 2017… Read More »
Kiosk software developer leverages cleverbridge’s commerce solutions to transition to a subscription business model and sell seamlessly around the world cleverbridge not only gave us a complete global commerce solution with a simple integration – rapidly accelerating our time-to-market – but delivered the best possible online customer experience to build long-term customer relationships. CHICAGO (PRWEB) JULY 11, 2017 cleverbridge,… Read More »
Editor Note: KioWare has news to share – KioCall is now supported by KioWare for Android! That means you can use an Android tablet and enclosure and KioWare for Android plus KioCall – and create a video conferencing kiosk for an extremely affordable/low cost. (Note: KioWare for Windows supports KioCall, as well). Quote from KioWare and Laura Miller… Read More »
McDonalds Drive-Thru Kiosks During recent COVID months, Evoke Creative and McDonalds self-serve has been busy developing and manufacturing over 2,000 new drive-thru car side kiosks and digital order confirmation screens for McDonald’s self-serve kiosks for customers. With drive-thru seeing an obvious surge in popularity, is this now the blueprint for all out of town QSRs? Fantastic to be… Read More »
Caught in the Wild – Subway Drive Thru Kiosk Steve Evans Account Manager for the World’s Fastest Drive Thru™ Kiosk Solution at NEXTEP SYSTEMS Hello folks! Please help me congratulate Tara Hill and her staff for her implementation of our World’s Fastest Drive Thru™ Solution at her brand new Fresh Forward SUBWAY® Restaurant located in Lower Sackville, Nova… Read More »
Do I need a kiosk printer, when, and what kind? Last updated March 16th, 2021 Intro We get questions from all over. Recently we received several questions regarding kiosk thermal printers. Printers generally are 80mm thermal though there are a ton of 58mm used in automated gas station pumps. Wide thermals are often used in situations like hospitals… Read More »
DMV Registration Kiosk Payment Works Across Counties for Residents in Colorado GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)– Colorado residents living in Grand Valley are now able to renew their license plates without driving back to their home county. Link to video. 12 counties are participating in a new kiosk program that lets drivers renew their plates. According to our local DMV… Read More »
Custom Touch AIO All in one Computer & Touch Screen Monitor As a supplier of Custom Touch AIO and Touch Monitor in the United States, we focus on the localized application of Touch products. In recent years, especially under the Covid-19 pandemic, Touch products’ applications are growing continually and changing rapidly. The diversification of applications is driving personalized… Read More »
Contactless Kiosks – The Ingenuity, Limitations, and Accessibility of Options From the Paciello Group , a Vispero company and Laura Miller – Jul2020 — A post-COVID world has accelerated the adoption of a variety of technologies that provide customers and users with a contactless self-service experience. For example, contactless purchasing – historically used to describe the ability to… Read More »
Charity Donation Kiosk Transportation Ticketing March 2021 –Charity donations made easy with tap and go kiosks at UK railway stations from Charity Today WORLDLINE [Euronext: WLN], the European market leader in payment and transactional services, and kiosk innovators Evoke Creative announce the first product release in what will be a long-term partnership. A charity donation kiosk to support… Read More »
Short demonstration of the capabilities of the Automated Cashier.
great demo by Andrew. shows recycler by mei transacting via tablet over network.
Telehealth Kiosks and Teleconferencing: Benefits, Uses, and Concerns Type: Article Author: Laura Boniello Miller Date: March 2017 Dealing with illness & the health care system is rarely easy. New technologies can help people to more easily manage their care. Due to shake ups in insurance and an aging population, healthcare providers are utilizing new technologies to reduce costs… Read More »
From PRNewswire March 2021 — New 2021 Interactive Kiosk Market Research Report Released Interactive Kiosk Research Report March 2021 DENVER, March 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Kiosk Association announces the release “U.S. Self-Service Kiosks” market research report. 134 pages and 34 graphics covering Market Drivers for the unattended self-service kiosk market. For purposes of kiosk and interactive signage markets, the ATM,… Read More »
This may be a smartphone age, but our lives are becoming a series of kiosk stops, from ATMs and supermarket checkouts to airlines and gas stations. And now, increasingly, there’s the fast-food kiosk. Kiosks have one main purpose: to save time. And an industry that dubs itself “quick service” has zero choice but to pay serious attention to any device that espouses to shave seconds—if not minutes—off each order. That might explain why such familiar names as McDonald’s and Panera Bread are spending millions of dollars to roll out touch-screen kiosks in stores.
For Panera, it’s all about giving consumers digital ordering choices.
Then there’s that 500-pound gorilla in the room: Aren’t kiosks really about cutting back on labor costs? “How much labor can we remove from the service package until customers finally decide that self service means no service?” Muller asks.
Hurst insists this is not at all the case at Panera. In fact, he says, Panera locations that have kiosks typically spend more on labor costs than those without them.
On the whole, customers mostly love touch-screen kiosks, Hurst says, adding that “the kiosk is basically an iPad.”
Which is why Millennials, in particular, can’t keep their mitts off of them. “Kiosks are a way for us to be even more isolated from random human contact,” Muller says.
We are constantly using kiosks and oftentimes we find kiosk implementations are less than best case to put it kindly. Kiosk Experience 1 This is an email I received from a very experienced kiosk analyst at a Senior Living retirement facility I used a new kiosk system last week to get a Visitor’s Pass at a big retirement… Read More »
DMV KIOSK Self-service kiosk solutions for DMV registration and motor vehicle transactions Intellectual Technology, Inc. (ITI) develops self-service kiosks for DMV branches with systems capable of processing a variety of essential tasks unique to its industry. From ITI — ITI solutions are used to process motor vehicle transactions for: Vehicle and watercraft registrations. License plates. Drivers license renewals. Vehicle… Read More »
Direct View LED display bundles announced by LG Business Solutions – March 2021 At LG we know that selecting the right Direct View LED display can sometimes be difficult, so we created the DVLED Ultimate Business Display to make it easier. LG has created one display solution pre-configured with all the components needed for full operation* that includes… Read More »
By Troy Engelland Strategic Sales Manager at Acquire Digital Let’s face it, the retail and shopping experience is changing at lightning-fast speeds to keep up with changing consumer habits and technology innovations. Nowadays, everything we want is at our fingertips, whether it’s groceries, new shoes, or a new car. We no longer need to visit a store; our… Read More »
EMV adoption in the self-service industry – Q&A With John Menzel of Ingenico Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in ATM Marketplace back in 2018. EMV has come a long way since then and particularly in thanks somewhat to the pandemic which is driving contactless readers. Still it is good for a historical perspective. For more information on EMV… Read More »