Phoenix Kiosk was at CETW to show off the several different types of kiosk enclosures it offers.
RedDotNet Kiosks showcased a variety of kiosk applications, including this one for Gold's Gym.
NCR Corporation featured several digital signage and kiosk components at CETW.
Frank Mayer & Associates and KEOConnect partnered to design the KEO, a phone-charging kiosk perfect for airports. The user touches the screen, then follows a set of directions to lock his phone in the charger.
Motorola showcased hand-held tools to allow customers to scan items and also check out without having to wait in a line.
CETW attendees learned about CTS' kiosk designed for jails. The kiosks allow family and friends of inmates to deposit funds into accounts that they can use to buy things from the jail's commissary.
Kenton Brown of Frank Mayer & Associates stands next to the SoloHealth Station designed for the retail setting. It allows consumers to screen their vision, blood pressure, weight and body mass index.
A lot of people stopped by the Meridian Zero Degrees booth to lounge on the blow-up furniture and to test several kiosk solutions ranging from health-care check in to fast-food ordering.
CETW attendees enjoyed this view from the Digital Screenmedia Association dinner cruise.
Photo: Joseph Grove
James Wester, editor of Mobile Payments Today, spoke about mobile payments during one of CETW's panels, "How Do You Let Your Customers Pay?"
KIOSK Information Systems had a variety of Kiosk solutions at CETW.
The Keo can charge nearly any type of phone.
Pay-Ease developed a kiosk capable of providing ATM, bill-payment functions and real-time distribution of gift cards. The machine is often used on college campuses.
Bart Foster, the CEO of SoloHealth Station, stands next to his health-screening kiosk with Stephen Kendig and their award for the Best Health Care Deployment from the Digital Screenmedia Association.