Detroit officials launch new parking kiosks

Detroit officials are deploying new parking kiosks that register cars by the license plate, not by location.

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Coffee for Marines: AVT lands USMC deal

AVT lands deal with the Marines, helping it return to financial stability in the wake of Chapter 11.

Science center kiosks teach users about ocean conservation

The ocean has made life possible on this planet, yet humanity has shown its gratitude by choking it with vast amounts of pollutants. Faced with this reality, the U.S. government has established several National Marine Sanctuaries both for education and conservation.

Apple Pay and interactive kiosks

The next wave of major innovation to self-service kiosk solutions is the integration of mobile payment solutions, such as Apple Pay.

Saving the DMV, one kiosk at a time

Kiosks offer a convenient alternative to the nightmare of long DMV lines.

Bring the courts to the people with kiosks

Court kiosks help courts and government agencies do more with less.

Nashville bike-share kiosks 'performing better than expected'

The recent success of the federal grant-funded program brought the city of Nashville more attention, but little has been said about the role of kiosks in the bike sharing trend.

Arizona ADOT kiosks win PACE award

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Motor Vehicle Division recently received the 2014 Public Affairs and Consumer Education (PACE) Award for the installation of self-service, interactive touchscreen kiosks that perform ServiceArizona transactions in more than half the MVD offices across the state.

Scottish National Health Service checks-in hospital kiosks

Scotland's NHS inks £1 million in contracts for hospital kiosks, software and queue-management digital signage.

Pot payment kiosks cropping up like weeds

Kiosk vendors could grow profits from medical marijuana industry.

The Waiting Dead: Can self-service kiosks prevent the zombie apocalypse? [infographic]

This infographic shows locations where apocalyptic backlogs of warm bodies are commonly found and gives examples of how businesses are using kiosks to combat them.

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Rochester library deploys Social Security kiosks

Visitors to the Central Library in Rochester, New York, will now be able to access Social Security benefits from a self-service kiosk.

Australian city starts trial of bill-payment kiosks

Gold Coast, Australia is performing a trial run with bill payment tablet and standard self- kiosks to allow residents to pay water bills and other government services.

Iowa installs interactive kiosk for veterans memorial

Johnson County, Iowa, will be installing an interactive kiosk at the county armory and veterans memorial, providing visitors with information on the veterans honored at the memorial.

Georgia Dept of Driver Services piloting digital signage and kiosk tech

Norcross branch installs new kiosks and digital signage to improve customer experience.

Syracuse rolls out wayfinding and information kiosks

The Syracuse Convention & Visitor Bureau, located in Syracuse, New York, has recently rolled out 11 information kiosks to help tourists find their way around the city and receive promotions.

Self-service water bill payment kiosks arrive in Arkansas

Blytheville, Arkansas, residents will now be able to pay their water bills at self-service kiosks, deployed by the city's water company, Blytheville Waterworks. They can check their accounts and make payments.

Pennsylvania rolls out parking kiosks

Radnor, Pennsylvania, has rolled out parking kiosks to replace old parking meters, according to a report by Mainline Media News.

Florida providing crime-prevention kiosks

The Manatee County Sheriff's Office in Florida is providing 12 crime-prevention kiosks to provide crucial information to residents.

Iowa DoT reduces lines with driver's license kiosks

The Iowa Department of Transportation is rolling out several driver's license kiosks in the eastern part of the state to reduce lines.

Kenya police stations to install gender violence prevention kiosks

Soon, victims of sexual violence in Kenya will be able to use kiosks for evidence gathering, advice and legal support.

Israel airport installs face recognition passport kiosk

Israel has improved passport wait times by installing facial recognition passport kiosks in Ben-Gurion airport.

Dubai uses happiness kiosks to measure resident satisfaction

Aiming to make Dubai the happiest place on earth, the Dubai government has installed happiness kiosks in several malls to measure resident satisfaction with civic services.

Arizona county battles over blind vendors law.

Mohave County in Arizona is currently embroiled in a conflict over a law that requires the country to hire blind vendors to operate county vending machines.

State of Florida to deploy legal aid kiosks

Florida residents soon will be able to use kiosks to receive legal advice and aid while on the go.

NYC MTA's On The Go Travel Station network now rated by Nielsen

Interactive digital signage kiosk network reaches an average daily ridership of more than 1.4 million through a network of more than 140 interactive screens located in 29 stations in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens.

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Government agencies on local, state and national levels are increasingly using self-service kiosk technology to provide better service to citizens at a lower cost to taxpayers.