Shuttle launches new nano-PC for digital signage, kiosks

Shuttle Computer Group Inc. today announced its XPC Nano line of barebone computers, including the NC01UBING, a fully configured system with Windows Bing 8.1 pre-installed, designed specifically for commercial applications such as digital signage or kiosks.


Kiosk printers move to 3D

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.

The omnichannel imperative

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.

Wi-Fi vs. Cellular: Kiosk connections in review

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?

Choosing and sourcing quality kiosk components

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.

How NFC tech can improve your kiosk

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.

Kiosks save drowned phones

When it comes to reviving drowned cellphones, kiosks may hold the answer.

Building toys with 3D printing kiosks

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 to keynote Interactive Customer Experience Summit

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.

Five pitfalls to avoid when dispensing cash

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.

Three technologies set to change self-service in 2015

From beacons to bitcoin, these technologies are poised to make a major impact on self-service in the coming months.

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Kiosk manufacturer launches next-gen Apple TV mount

Following the announcement of a new Apple TV line, kiosk manufacturer Maclocks has announced the launch of its latest locking mount for the new generation.

Hardware manufacturer launches new thermal printer

Printer manufacturer Microcom Corp. has announced the launch of the Model 238B battery-powered thermal printer.

Peerless-AV showcases digital signage, kiosks for zoos and aquariums at AZA 2015

Digital signage solutions provider Peerless-AV just participated in the 2015 Annual Association of Zoos & Aquariums Conference Showcase, displaying weatherproof and interactive digital signage solutions at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City.

Library patrons renew driver's licenses via kiosk

Now, Iowa residents will be able to renew their driver's licenses at the library via self-service kiosks.

Latest NEXCOM OPS player aimed at FIDS displays, kiosks

NEXCOM has launched its latest open pluggable specification digital signage media player, aimed at bringing passenger information to large displays at airports and transit stations and creating an enhanced viewing experience and engagement, according to a company announcement.

Electronics company rolls out new video management tool

Electronics company RFEL recently rolled out its new video management solution for Video-over-Internet-Protocol systems.

Kiosk manufacturer unveils iPad Pro locks/enclosures

Following the announcement of Apple's iPad Pro, kiosk manufacturer Maclocks has unveiled its new iPad Pro locks, stands and enclosure.

AOpen unveils first commercial-grade media player based on Google Chrome in Europe

Electronics manufacturer AOpen Inc. has unveiled its Chromebox Commercial for cloud-based display networks — which the company says "is the first of its kind" — running on the Google Chrome OS to deliver apps for the digital signage, kiosk and POS markets.

PC manufacturer launches computer with extended temperature controls

Industrial PC provider Arbor Solution has announced the launch of a PC for kiosks and digital signage with extended temperature controls to operate from -40 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit.

Water park get its feet wet with iPad kiosks

The New Forest Water Park, located in Hampshire, U.K., is getting its feet wet with new iPad check-in kiosk enclosures.

Cash automation company to speak at Follow the Cash 2015

ARCA, cash automation technology developer for banks, retailers and self-service kiosks, will appear as a featured partner at the Follow the Cash 2015 Conference to discuss cash-management systems.

HealthSpot integrates blood testing into telemedicine kiosks

Telemedicine kiosk provider HealthSpot recently unveiled an integrated blood lab test for its kiosk, designed to provide blood labs in under 10 minutes.

AOPEN launches Chrome-based all-in-one touch display

Global electronics manufacturer AOPEN announced the launch of its new ultra-slim Chromebase Commercial for digital signage, kiosk and POS systems.

Stilo launches new stylus with sensitivity control

Stilo Co. has announced the launch of a new fine tip stylus and a screen protector, which are designed to feel like a pen on paper.

Keypad kiosk peripheral aids visually impaired users

London-based keypad developer Storm Interface has announced the release of a new keypad kiosk peripheral designed to aid visually impaired users.

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Kiosks can have many hardware components that all need to be durable and reliable. In addition to a CPU and a monitor, your kiosk might have a receipt printer, card reader, barcode scanner, keyboard, cash acceptor/dispenser or other device.