Until recently, kiosk printers were limited to receipts and other 2D items. Now, the sky is the limit with 3D printing enabling countless possibilities from toys to prosthetic limbs.
In a panel discussion at the ATM & Mobile Summit, bankers spoke about the role of omnichannel and how it is driving companies to develop a more seamless customer experience.
You have manufactured the ideal wireless kiosk for your market. You have done all your research and selected the ideal retail spot to drive traffic. Yet, there is still one critical detail left, what type of Internet connection will you choose?
The decision to design and manufacture a new kiosk for your business isn’t generally one made lightly. You need to know just what aspects of component selection and sourcing are most critical, and know how to best utilize this knowledge to make the process seamless and just as importantly, painless, for your clients.
As NFC phones become the norm, it is allowing for the implementation of new features and functions in interactive kiosks that give kiosk operators the ability to provide greater levels of convenience and interactivity never before seen.
When it comes to reviving drowned cellphones, kiosks may hold the answer.
From prosthetic limbs to organ replacement, the possibilities for 3-D printers seem endless, yet one area 3-D printing is about to explode is in the manufacturing business. This is particularly true in toy manufacturing with PieceMakers’ new 3-D printing kiosk called the PieceMaker Factory.
Paul Price, CEO of marketing technology company Creative Realities, will offer ICX Summit attendees his expert insights and real-world examples for putting the 'wow factor' into the customer experience.
Dispensing bills greatly increases the complexity of the device and the logic required by your kiosk application in order to gracefully complete a cash transaction.
From beacons to bitcoin, these technologies are poised to make a major impact on self-service in the coming months.