Category Archives: Ticketing Kiosk

Kiosk News Roundup

Todays Unattended Kiosk News Relevant news impacting unattended self-service news from around the world. If interesting and noteworthy news send comments/suggestions to [email protected] October 2021 September 2021 Kiosk Supply Chain – China in NY Times news. This is a fact. Many factories have been notified that in the next 3 months, they can only supply power for half… Read More »

Disney Fast Pass Kiosks – Epcot Test Track Installed

FastPass Disney Kiosks From Orlando Theme Park Zone and also WDWNT.com Disney Park News All-new FastPass+ kiosks have been revealed outside of Epcot’s Test Track (TT) yesterday morning after construction walls were taken down. When you walk up to the attraction are now met by six kiosks underneath covers between the attraction’s queue entrance and the TT Simporium. According to WDWNT’s Chris… Read More »

Casino Kiosks Prove to be a Sure Bet

Casino Kiosks for Loyalty and Ticketing Casino operators are gambling that new kiosk functions will help them provide top-notch customer service to help them cater to existing customers and win new ones. 2021 Update By Editor — Casino kiosks historically are player point kiosks and player loyalty kiosks but more recently sports betting kiosks.  The G2E trade show… Read More »

AMC Kiosks – AMC Theaters Kiosk Case Study

AMC Ticket Kiosk Case Study Second-largest US cinema chain deploys new Omni-channel strategy to accelerate their business. Customers benefit from new features, quick ticket purchases and an improved service concept. Driven by the big success of e-commerce and developments like the Internet of Things (IoT), shopping behavior has dramatically changed and customer expectations have grown within the last… Read More »

Digital Sign & Ticketing Kiosk – New Project ‘The Field Museum”

What’s more Natural than a Ticketing Kiosk? July 19, 2016 – YORK, PA. The Field Museum in Chicago takes pride in being one of the world’s largest natural history museums in the world. Their diverse array of permanent exhibitions and quality educational programs attract over 2 million visitors annually. The Field Museum is constantly looking for ways to enrich… Read More »

Ticketing Kiosk – Williamsburg Livewire Digital Ticketing Kiosks

Press Release – August 12, 2015 – YORK, PA.  Called “The Revolutionary City,” Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the United States.  The restored 18th Century capital city of Williamsburg Virginia includes live action, theatrical performances, historical buildings, and nearby resorts, sports clubs, and a water park.  With continuing increases in visitor attendance, Colonial Williamsburg’s… Read More »

Ticketing Kiosks Examples by Olea

Ticketing Kiosks and Hotel Check-In Kiosks by Olea Included here are some recent pictures and video covering ticketing kiosks and hotel check-in kiosks by Olea. Olea Kiosks specializes in ticketing kiosks both indoor and outdoor as well as Check-In Kiosks. Olea is a Gold Sponsor of KMA.  For more info contact [email protected] Here is video from the floor… Read More »

Vista Cinema and Veezi Approve Olea for Self-Service Ticketing Kiosks

March 25, 2019 Los Angeles, Calif. March 25, 2019 – Vista Entertainment Solutions Ltd (‘Vista Cinema’), the leading provider of cinema management software for global cinema exhibition, and Veezi, Vista’s SaaS cinema management solution for Independent Cinemas, have approved Olea Kiosks (‘Olea’), to support Vista with self-service kiosk hardware. Since May 2018 Vista has been deploying Olea kiosks… Read More »

New kiosks offer convenience for state park visitors – Journal Advocate

North Sterling State Park has a new feature to make it easier for visitors to purchase a parks pass.
The park is one of eight state parks to receive a new self-service kiosk so far.

Source: www.journal-advocate.com

"Not a lot of people have exactly seven dollars [for a daily park pass] in their pockets," said CPW Statewide Business Operations Coordinator Kirk Teklits. "As far as customer service goes, being able to pay by credit card is definitely a desirable service option.

 

15 stations are currently installed at nine parks and more will be coming later this summer.

 

"This helps our state parks become more modernized," Teklits said. "Most of the kiosks run on solar power, provide multiple sales channels to our customers, and help our staff with money collection and counting. It also helps our law enforcement officers quickly determine who has bought a pass and who hasn’t."

 

Teklits said there have already been more than 800 daily passes and 55 annual passes sold through the kiosks since the first ones were installed June 13. The kiosks accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover cards.